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Robe de jour Victoria et Elizabeth

Robe de jour Victoria et Elizabeth

Court dress of ivory silk and silk tulle, Great Britain, 1860-65. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Low neck and short sleeves trimmed with tiers of net, machine embroidered in yellow chain stitch, which is also on the front of the bodice, where it is edged with ruched yellow and white gauze ribbon. Train, 11 ft. long, attaches to waist, hand-embroidered in satin stitch with roses and morning glory, edges trimmed with machine embroidered net-insertion with pleated ribbon borders.

Court dress of ivory silk and silk tulle, Great Britain, Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Queen Victoria's Ball gown.

This elaborate costume designed by Eugène Lami was made for the occasion of the 1851 Stuart Ball at Buckingham Palace.

Vestido de corte. 1860. Vestido usado para o tribunal foi o conjunto mais elaborado e caro no guarda-roupa de uma mulher. Além de uma saia usada sobre uma crinolina muito grande, uma calda que prorroga por vários metros foi uma característica essencial do vestido de corte. Debutantes jovens que passam horas praticando como reverência e andar para trás em tal conjunto um elaborado antes de sua primeira apresentação na corte. Victoria and Albert Museum.

"Court dress, 1860 - 1865 at the Victoria and Albert Museum and practically every part of it is made of silk and done by hand." - Some days I wish this were still the fashion.

Dress worn by Queen Victoria to the opening of the Great Exhibition, 1851  From the Royal Collection

Dress of deep pink Spitalfields silk with vertical bands of interlocking silver circles; scoop necked pointed bodice with deep V of lace, plump bows down front, two tier short lace sleeves; full skirt with horizontal lace bands and pink bows at the front.

A never before seen dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace.  The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the 1850s by the wife John Gregory Crace.

Dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace. The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the by the wife John Gregory Crace.

Fripperies and Fobs — Evening dress, 1854 From the Musee du Costume et...

Fripperies and Fobs — Evening dress, 1854 From the Musee du Costume et...

Evening dress | Jacques Fath | V&A Search the Collections

Evening dress

Jacques Fath - detail - 1957 - Machine-made lace, silk lined with cotton, boned…

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