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Woman's Dress: Bodice and Skirt  Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by Elizabeth Morris Cox Keim.  Geography: Made in United States, North and Central America Date: 1876 Medium: Steel grey silk taffeta and pale pink silk plain and striped satin; grey silk knotted fringe and pink satin cording

Woman's Dress: Bodice and Skirt Made in United States 1876 Steel grey silk taffeta and pale pink silk plain and striped satin; grey silk knotted fringe and pink satin cording Philadelphia Museum of Art

1877 Grey Velvet and Lace

Victorian Mourning Gown Front View original mourning gown, black silk taffeta 2 piece bustled and trained mourning dress that is a very good example of a woman not sacrificing style at the time of mourning.

love the idea of all white/cream with big black bows/accesories.

Vignon (French) Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, glass Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 29 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 88 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mary Pierrepont Beckwith, 1969 Accession Number: b

fashionsfromhistory: “ Afternoon Dress c.1880 United States Museum at FIT ”

1880 ___ Afternoon dress ___ Ivory wool and silk taffeta ___ American ___at The Museum at FIT ___ The asymmetry of this dress was popular throughout this period.

Afternoon dress ca. 1876 from “Impressionism and... - Fripperies and Fobs

Extant Afternoon Dress ca. 1876 Early bustle transitioning to Natural Form, cream striped sheer fabric with ruffles and pleats.

Dinner Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1875 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Woman's Dress with Day/Dinner Bodice, Evening Bodice and Skirt Made in France, Europe c. 1875 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth, English (active Paris), 1825 - 1895

Charles Frederick Worth ca. 1872 - Google Search

Ball gown Attributed to House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1872 Culture: probably French Medium: silk