Afternoon gown, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. 1910 - royal blue & white silk print. White lace & blue & gold embroidered net yoke. White lace standup collar edged in gold bullion ribbon & chiffon ruffle. Elbow-length sleeves w/tucks & piped trim. Silk undersleeves

Afternoon gown, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. White lace standup collar edged in gold bullion ribbon & chiffon ruffle. Elbow-length sleeves w/tucks & piped trim.

Short Sleeve White Top Light Grey Tulle Skirt Popular Bridesmaid Dresses, PD0300   The dress is fully lined, 4 bones in the bodice, chest pad in the bust, lace up back or zipper back are all available, total 126 colors are available. This  dress could be custom made, there are no extra cost to do custom size and color. Description of  dress 1, Material:tulle,lace,elastic silk like satin 2.Color: there are 126 colors are available, please contact us for more colors, please ask for fabric…

Short Sleeve White Top Light Grey Tulle Skirt Popular Bridesmaid Dresses, PD0300 - US0 / Picture color

Short Sleeve White Top Light Grey Tulle Skirt Popular Bridesmaid Dresses, The dress is fully lined, 4 bones in the bodice, chest pad in the bust, lace

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Embroidered handkerchief linen dress, ca. Embroidery on bodice overlaps lace insertion in some places. High collar with stays on both sides. Large puffy sleeves above embroidered, ruffled cuff. Waistline comprises a series of diamond-shaped panel

Suit, Louis Caplan, American, ca. 1907. Wool twill weave coat, bodice, and skirt with silk satin lining. Rhode Island School of Design Museum

1907 Louis Caplan, American,suit with wool twill weave coat, bodice, and skirt with silk satin lining / Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Wedding garments. Worn by King Oscar I and Queen Josefina of Sweden. 1823. I don't know who these people were, but they were royalty, and their wedding outfits are amazing!!! Just like something from a fairytale.

1823 Josefina of Sweden's wedding dress Royal Armoury Collection, Sweden Look how petition she was! He towered over her.

This absolutely lavish gown is one that Queen Elizabeth wore on a state visit to Paris in 1957. It is made of duchesse satin, pearls, beads, and golden threads. It is called the “Flowers of the Fields of France” gown, and features French emblems of flowers of France and large golden bees, the motif of Napoleon

“The Flowers of the Fields of France” by Norman Hartnell of Duchesse satin, embroidered with pearls, beads, brilliants and gold thread. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to Paris in

Worth is one of my top fashion designers--I love the ethereal qualities of this dress. Evening gown - Worth, 1900.

Beads of Sweat – hand-beading and sequin work

Ball Gown, House of Worth 1885 [probably wrongly dated - this definitively looks like the early French, Made of silk

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912  Go Back November 13, 2013 - NYC New York City Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt w/ velvet hem band, B 36", W 28", L 63"-73".

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912 New York City. Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt with velvet hem band

Above: Winifred Anna, Duchess of Portland as Duchess of Savoy, by Alice Hughes, photogravure by Walker & Boutall, 1897. © National Portrait Gallery, London. Below: Fancy dress costume consisting of embroidered silver satin dress and lace ruff, "Duchess of Savoia," England, early 1897. Worn by the Duchess of Portland as "Duchess of Savoia" to the Duchess of Devonshire's Fancy Dress Ball, July 2, 1897. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Above: Winifred Anna, Duchess of Portland as Duchess of Savoy, by Alice Hughes, photogravure by Walker & Boutall,

CALLOT SOEURS TRAJE DE NOCHE EN SATEN DE SEDA AZUL Y BORDADOS 1908

1908 reconstructed/restored Callot Soeurs evening gown, blue satin with elaborately beaded & embroidered tulle overlays / Kerry Taylor Auctions

Bustle gown with ball and dinner bodices, by Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1885. Silk brocade, silk satin, and cotton lace. The fabric has stalks of grain and large blossoms, common motifs in Worth's designs. Acquired by the Phoenix Art Museum Collection in 2007 for the exhibit "After Dark: 100 Years of the Evening Dress."

Bustle gown with both ball and dinner bodices by Charles Frederick Worth, Silk brocade, silk satin, and cotton lace. The fabric has stalks of grain and large blossoms, common motifs in Worth's designs.

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