Edwardian dress 1900

Dress, diagonal back view Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress worn by Queen Maud of Norway, 1910-13

Queen Maud Gown--this is one of those timeless dresses that could be worn today and would still be stunning. [Evening dress worn by Queen Maud of Norway,

Velvet dress belonging to Samantha, complete with apron to keep her skirt free of smudge and dirt.

dress of 1886 consists of two pieces (bodice and skirt). Chine silk bodice 'with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay.

Beautiful gown belonging to Tsarina Alexandra of Russia

Dress of Tsarina Alexandra Romanov.Lamanova - one of the most influential designer of her time. Designer to Her Majesty Empress of Russia Alexandra Romanov and the Ladies of her Court

House of Worth, Evening Dress, 1885-86. Background: Worth’s penchant for incorporating antique laces is masterfully demonstrated here. Notably, the lace has been draped and blended into the design with its integrity intact—no cuts have been made. MCNY Collections.

House of Worth, Evening Dress, Background: Worth’s penchant for incorporating antique laces is masterfully demonstrated here. Notably, the lace has been draped and blended into the design with its integrity intact—no cuts have been made.

1865-1868 Belgium

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.

Lady Curzon's yellow silk evening dress with oak leaf design by Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1902

Fashion Museum Bath on

France Yellow silk evening dress with oak leaf design by Jean-Philippe Worth, worn by Lady Curzon Fashion Museum Bath

LOOK AT THE COLLAR!!  That's awesome. I need to find a pic of the front of this dress....

1890 This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

A burgundy silk faille ball gown, circa 1890 by johanna

Lot: A burgundy silk faille ball gown, circa Han, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Kerry Taylor Auctions, Auction: Fashion & Textiles , Date: June 2008 BST

1890's Daytime Dress- differed from earlier styles in that the back fullness had more the appearance of a constructed projection rather than a softer drape seen earlier in the Bustle period. The puff on the sleeves were now more pronounced and the skirts ended several inches above the floorand very rarely had trains.

Bustle Daytime Dress:, Differed from earlier styles in that the back fullness had more the appearance of a constructed, shelflike projection rather than the softer, draped construction style, which had more rigid shape and no longer trained.

House of Worth Dresses | poteidia Silk evening dress with cherry print, House of Worth 1898

Evening dress 1898 of American origin. Ivory satin gown sweeps back into a short semi-circular train. Skirt is overlaid with finely embroidered & beaded black lace. In addition, a black lace & ivory satin bolero jacket sets off this piece ~ long sleeves.

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