Afternoon dress  Medium: Grey silk moiré  Date: c.1860  Country: England  Credit: Museum Purchase

Moiré whenasinsilks: Afternoon dress, silk moire trimmed with silk satin ribbon, c. Museum at FIT accession no.

Beautiful black long skirt , elasticated waist, with a layered pleated black satin rear to create a fuller effect. This long length skirt is ideal to wear in any special occasion. Hoop NOT included! Length: 40” .

Black Satin Skirt Pleated Rear

A beautifully designed long black skirt with a pleated black satin, layered rear for a fuller design. One of the longest designs in our skirt range this is ideal to wear at that special occasion Please note the skirt on the left has been photographed with

Afternoon Dress 1862

American Civil War Dress - Afternoon dress Date: ca. 1862 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, wool Accession Number: b

Day Dress, ca. 1860s | In the Swan's Shadow

Day Dress, ca. The sort of ensemble my character Gwen might wear day to day, reading in the library in my novella, The Substitute Bride.

Dress | American | 1855-1860 | silk | Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art | Accession #: 1968.145A<B

Woman’s Dress c. 1860 American Silk Worn by Drusilla Hubbard Higgins of Hartford Gift of Mrs. John Hawkinson, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

Warp-printed dress, circa 1864.

1864 ~ Warp-printed dress Don't know why they call it that but it looks almost modern, for a dress in the

1890's dress! So pretty.

During the Romantic Period the bishop sleeve was made with a row of vertical pleats at the shoulder that released into a soft, full sleeve gathered to a fitted cuff at the wrist.

Godey's Fashion Plate - c1860 - ""LATEST STYLE - DRESS"" - H-C Lithograph

Godey's Fashion Plate - c1860 - "LATEST STYLE - DRESS" - H-C Lithograph

Evening dress, 1850-55, American, silk, cotton, bodice cb length: 9"; skirt cb" 48"

Dress, Evening Date: Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 9 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn M