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Wedding dress with extremely wide, puffed sleeves, Anonymous, in or before 1835. In 1835 Baroness Nine van Slingelandt married Jonkheer Pieter Teding van Berkhout in Amsterdam. Unlike many of her wealthy contemporaries she did not wear a lace dress, but rather a wedding gown made of an intricately woven silk fabric that makes the illusion of lace. The fabric consists of a tulle ground to which extra threads were added to create the floral pattern.

Wedding dress with extremely wide, puffed sleeves, anonymous, in or before 1835 - Rijksmuseum

Ball Gown Jean-Philippe Worth, 1896-1900 The Metropolitan Museum...

Dress (Ball Gown) House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 18961900 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 14 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 57 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume

Light blue off-shoulder gown with lace trim

Historical Clothing / Dress (Ball Gown) Date: ca. 1860 Culture: American (probably) Medium: silk, cotton

DressShogren, 1904The Museum at FIT

DressShogren, 1904The Museum at FIT (OMG that dress!)

Dress Shogren Ivory silk gauze with light blue satin stripe, ivory lace, ivory ribbon, and blue velvet ribbon

1837 ___ Wedding Dress ___ Cotton ___ French ___ (has TWO sets of sleeves) ___ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ___ photo 2

Although its silhouette is ample, this diaphanous wedding dress is more air than substance. The white mull austerity of Empire style had become a cream cotton muslin romance of curves.

HISTORICAL PINK & PURPLE PRINTED DRESSES

Victorian Ball Gown Made Of Pink Satin, Lace, Ruffles, Ribbon And Crinoline c. Late From Swiss National Museum

House of Worth, teagown, c.1900, France, gift of Mrs. Middleton Train, photograph by Irving Solero

Charles Frederick Worth Teagown France, c. 1900 Printed white silk gauze, silk chain stitch, white lace Worn by Mrs.

Silk brocade dress, 1842. Elizabeth Mary Lesesne Blamyer wore this  dress at her wedding to Henry Wigfall (1821-1858) on February 24,  1842

Silk brocade wedding dress, The skirt is set onto the bodice in flat pleats, with the skirt slightly fuller in the back. Elizabeth Mary Lesesne Blamyer wore this dress at her wedding to Henry Wigfall February

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wedding Dress Date: 1835 Culture: American Medium: Silk Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Virginia Woodward, 1924 Accession Number:

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