**this board, Vintage love** Vestido de noche, 1865-68 Desde el Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle

Back view of a beautiful gauze gala skirt, Musée du Costume et de la Dentelle. (The page defines and describes Brussels lace. I can see Lily in this.

1895, France  Ball gown by Jeanne Paquin  Silk, imitation pearls, sequins, lace  Kunstgewerbemuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

France Ball gown by Jeanne Paquin Silk, imitation pearls, sequins, lace Kunstgewerbemuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin jαɢlαdy

Beautiful floral/butterfly evening gown c. 1865, from the LACMA collections.

LACMA Period Garment: France - Woman’s Dress - ca. 1865 - Silk plain weave (taffeta) with printed warp, moiré finish.

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Girl's formal evening dress with sash Charles Frederick Worth - Silk taffeta trimmed with bands of bright green silk satin, white silk lace and sheer silk tabby net 1867 Area of Origin: Paris

Dress Date: 1902–3 Culture: French Medium: silk

Dress Date: Culture: French Medium: silk. Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Julia Mullaney, This dress is beautiful!

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Special Garb: Couture - Purple velvet dress in two parts (bodice and skirt), by Atelier Worth, Paris, circa at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

1850s moiré silk taffeta dress & Brussels lace shawl. From Kent State Univ Museum

Moiré silk taffeta dress worn with shawl of Brussels lace, Kent State University Museum (dress) and (shawl).

Above: Winifred Anna, Duchess of Portland as Duchess of Savoy, by Alice Hughes, photogravure by Walker & Boutall, 1897. © National Portrait Gallery, London. Below: Fancy dress costume consisting of embroidered silver satin dress and lace ruff, "Duchess of Savoia," England, early 1897. Worn by the Duchess of Portland as "Duchess of Savoia" to the Duchess of Devonshire's Fancy Dress Ball, July 2, 1897. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Above: Winifred Anna, Duchess of Portland as Duchess of Savoy, by Alice Hughes, photogravure by Walker & Boutall,

Evening gown, by Sir Norman Hartnell. Worn by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to the Netherlands in 1958. Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved.

Evening Gown by Sir Norman Hartnell, worn by H. Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to the Netherlands in 1958 Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved

Evening dress likely worn by Queen Maud of Norway, dated between 1913 and 1914, at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. See: http://digitaltmuseum.no/things/aftenkjole/NMK-D/OK-1962-0008?js=1&owner_filter=NMK-D&query=kjole&rows=24&search_context=1&sort_by=&js=1&page=3&count=160&pos=55

Evening gown ca. Silk with silver thread, machine lace, glass beads, and tulle. Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. This is Edwardian but its also a great upcycle idea for multilayered Lagenlook style.

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Two-piece walking dress ca. Bodice has very elaborate collar including stitched applications, also on whole bodice. Three ornamental steel pearl buttons on bodice front. Small band applications over entire dress. Four decorative pleats on front of s

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