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HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

HISTORICAL BLACK & PRINTED DRESSES

Dinner dress, Black and cream dovetail striped dinner dress with cream and black lace at neck, front and trimming the set in straight sleeves. Black glass faceted buttons at front. Full length skirt with central pleated cream silk panel and black ribbon detail.  c. 1880 National Trust Collections

Dinner dress, Black and cream dovetail striped dinner dress with cream and black lace at neck, front and trimming the set in straight sleeves. Black glass faceted buttons at front. Full length skirt with central pleated cream silk panel and black ribbon detail. c. 1880 National Trust Collections

Oh my God, I love the flowers!!  Dress    Jean Patou, 1932-1934    The Victoria & Albert Museum #vintage couture #patou

Oh my God, I love the flowers!! Dress Jean Patou, 1932-1934 The Victoria & Albert Museum #vintage couture #patou

Afternoon dress ca. 1874, in black & cream organza. Boat neckline, ruffled skirt with short train, apron draped with beautiful transparency effects and overlay printed decoration, weights to retain dress’s shape. Drouot Auctions

Afternoon dress ca. 1874, in black & cream organza. Boat neckline, ruffled skirt with short train, apron draped with beautiful transparency effects and overlay printed decoration, weights to retain dress’s shape. Drouot Auctions

Above: Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, by Cecil Beaton, bromide print, 1939. © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby's London, via the National Portrait Gallery. Below: Evening dress, by Mainbocher, c. 1938. Black silk taffeta embroidered with metallic thread, sequins, and beads. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Above: Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, by Cecil Beaton, bromide print, 1939. © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby's London, via the National Portrait Gallery. Below: Evening dress, by Mainbocher, c. 1938. Black silk taffeta embroidered with metallic thread, sequins, and beads. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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