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Dress. Barcelona. 1885. Silk taffeta and velvet, silk cannelé ribbon, machine lace. Donated by Roser Palomera i Camps, 1987. MTIB 146255

Silk taffeta and velvet, silk cannelé ribbon, machine lace. Donated by Roser Palomera i Camps, MTIB 146255

Silk velvet dress and gored skirt of silk velvet and striped silk (back), French, 1881-83. Label: "Merlot Larcheveque, 23 Boule. des Capucines, Paris."

Silk velvet dress and gored skirt of silk velvet and striped silk (front), French, Label: “Merlot Larcheveque, 23 Boule.

Day Gown  c. 1865-66  Silk taffeta & pearlized glass buttons  Gift of Anne Stampfer   FIDM Museum Study Collection  S94.661.5A-D    Shawl  c. 1860-70  Silk Chantilly lace  Gift of Yvonne Hummel  FIDM Museum Study Collection  S2010.947.1    Parasol   c.1850-1870  Silk taffeta & wood  Gift of The Napa County Historical Society  FIDM Museum Study Collection  S2009.1001.20

Day Gown Silk taffeta & pearlized glass buttons, gift of Anne Stampfer. Shawl Silk Chantilly lace, gift of Yvonne Hummel. Parasol Silk taffeta & wood, gift of The Napa County Historical Society.

Rückenansicht

1880 silk taffeta and velvet dress, back view. OMG, I can totally see where Walter Plunkett got the inspiration for Scarlett O'Hara's black-and-white striped dress from GWTW!

Day dress, American, ca. 1870. Three pieces: bodice, skirt, bustle drape. Striped silk satin and silk taffeta.

Day dress, American, circa Three pieces: bodice, skirt, and bustle drape. Striped silk satin and silk taffeta. Via Philadelphia Museum of Art.

History of Fashion 1840 - 1900 - Victoria and Albert Museum

Circa 1872 dress, Great Britain, Cotton, trimmed with silk braid, fastened with bone buttons.

Dinner dress (image 3) | American | 1870 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.631a, b

Dinner dress (back view) Date: 1870 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: b

European Women's Undergarments, late 19th Century - Fashioning Fashion - LACMA by Marshall Astor - Food Fetishist, via Flickr

From the exhibition "Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. On view from October 2010 - March Discover the latest popular fashion clothing. by Wirth, L

Original caption says "Seafoam green bustle 1880s"; But , based on the high waist and fullness of the skirts, it appears to me to be a first generation bustle (circa late 1860s, early 1870s). >>

Original caption says "Seafoam green bustle But , based on the high waist and fullness of the skirts, it appears to me to be a first generation bustle (circa early >>

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