Wedding dress: fichu (with a: bodice, b: skirt a) Date: 1864 Media: Satin Stripe Silk Organza And Taffeta Country: United States Accession Number: Bolero like fichu, tied at back and trimmed with white silk ruching and lace.
Sheer, European, ca Gathered high bodice, shown with a collar; bishop sleeves headed by 2 puffs and having a frill at the cuff Bishop Sleeve-A long sleeve fitted from the shoulder to elbow and gently flared from elbow onward.
Evening dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 58 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Samuel E. Haslett, 1920 Accession Number: b
American Civil War Era Wedding Gown in ivory silk. The sweeping skirt has a crinoline lining, with a beautiful double box pleated waistband, a back hook eye closure, and a turned hem. Worn over a hooped petticoat
muslin wedding dress adorned with bright blue silk ribbon, worn by Alice Mary when she married Charles Robertson, founder of the Royal Watercolour Society in Killerton, NT. Shelley Tobin, Marriage a la Mode