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- England - Girl's dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt. Muslin embroidered in wool


Two piece dress, c. Black and white print cotton in vertical floral pattern. This is a ready-made example of easily laundered dresses (they were called "wash" dresses), that could have been purchased at a local store or through mail-order catalogs.

Blue-grey silk gown. c1806-1810 Deutsches Historisches Museum. Belonged to Königin Luise

1806 Prussia - Germany - Dress: twill-weave silk and silk serge. Belonged to Queen Louise (Queen Consort of Prussia).

1800-1810 sprigged mull dresses.

two sprigged mull dresses, Both white & empire: 1 covered w/ tiny tambour embroidered dots & sprigs, wide hem insert in serpentine foliage & blossom pattern, cross-over bodice, apron front & long sleeves

Dress by Jean-Charles Worth, 1928-1929 via The Victoria & Albert Museum

Worth Dress - - by Charles Frederick Worth (English, - Chiffon and sequins - Victora and Albert Museum - Mlle. Umm Charles couldn't have done this gown, he was dead over 20 years lol must be the House of Worth did it.

Regency Night Dress | Sheer white muslin gown with whitework embroidery. Image @Vintage ...

Muslin: A Beautiful & Versatile Cloth for Regency Fashion

This regency dress is luscious. Just look at the superb workmanship. It’s a breathtaking hand-embroidered mull dress with whitework embroidery and a rare train. It is also a near-perfect embodiment of the Neoclassical style.