Wedding dress  Date: 1840–42 Culture: American Medium: silk

Wedding dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 55 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Claire Lorraine Wilson, 1942 Accession Number:

c. 1840's Magnificent Cut Velvet Ivory Silk Ballgown from the Bramwell Estate of New York

Wear a vintage gown around town dor a day. Victorian Dress - c. Magnificent Cut Velvet Ivory Silk Ballgown from the Bramwell Estate of New York!

1680's Turquoise Silk Gown – Pirate Fashions

Turquoise Silk Gown

Here be a stunning turquoise silk gown with stomacher, seafoam green underskirt, white lace top and belt. The dress has a long Mantua train.

Dress 1845-1850  Silk and cotton mainly purple and gray with a boned bodice adorned with a row of buttons. Hook closure in the back and ruffled cuffs.

Dress Silk and cotton mainly purple and grey with a boned bodice adorned with a row of buttons. Hook closure in the back and ruffled cuffs.

For my Marie Antoinette party.  Silk gown with custom-dyed venise lace overlay.  Flowers and rosebuds in the detachable bustle.  $1,450.00

The back of my wedding dress looked just like that! Phantom of the Opera Marie Antoinette Style Bustle Gown

Ball gown, ca. 1842, British

Ball gown Date: ca. 1842 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 51 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Designated Purchase Fund, 1984

Ball Gown  circa 1825-1830    Place object was created: England, Great Britain, Europe	    Silk satin, linen, cotton batting

Ball Gown circa Place object was created: England, Great Britain, Europe Silk satin, linen, cotton batting

Regency Ball Gowns | Ladies From Other Centuries

Regency Ball Gowns

1811 British Ball gown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - The use of a sheer overlay on this gown and the light colours lend themselves well to the Regency-era silhouette of a high waist and straight skirt.

1865 Empress Eugenie by charleybrown77, via Flickr

Drop-dead gorgeous ensemble by world-renowned designer, Frederick Worth. Costume owned by the Museum of the City of New York. Ballgown, circa of nougat satin trimmed with tulle, swansdown, crystal beads and glass pearls

Fancy dress costume, England, 1826: This dress was worn by Sarah Coke, who lived at Brookhill Hall, Pinxton, Derbyshire, at a fancydress ball in Nottingham in 1826. It was Sarah's "coming out" ball, her first social event as an adult, and the dress was supposed to represent the fashion of Charles II's time, and she wore her hair in ringlets, adorned with white ostrich feathers. Manchester Art Gallery.

This dress was worn by Sarah Coke, who lived at Brookhill Hall, Pinxton, Derbyshire, at a fancydress ball in Nottingham in It was Sara.

Day dress 1860's the beauty of this dress is understated with a touch of elegance  K♥

Dress Date: ca. 1865 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress

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