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Afternoon dress, 1860. Silk taffeta, two pieces. Photos: Jean Tholance. Les Arts Décoratifs and Europeana Fashion

Chronologie de la mode 1715-1914

Afternoon dress, 1860. Silk taffeta, two pieces. Photos: Jean Tholance. Les Arts Décoratifs and Europeana Fashion

White organdy day dress decorated with beetle wings and embroidery. c. 1860. Whitaker auctions.

LOT 550 BEETLE WING and METALLIC EMBROIDERED DRESS, 1860s. - whitakerauction

2-piece white organdy embroidered with silver metallic floral vines, the petals and leaves of emerald green and sapphire blue appliqued beetle wings, bodice having tiny, rounded collar, long scalloped sleeve and hem with green edging, double full skirt with three green edged scalloped and ruffled bands over a fully decorated underskirt tucked into four wide bands. B-36, W-34, overskirt L-45, underskirt L-52. (Bodice lacking closures, minor losses, some loose wings, several spots on back of…

фотографии из разных музеев. Местами я даже не забывала смотреть из чего сшито и в каком году Х)) Если понравится, то могу покопаться в своих архивах и достать еще что-нибудь интересненькое, но по ... — Francis — @дневники: асоциальная сеть

фотографии из разных музеев. Местами я даже не забывала смотреть из чего сшито и в каком году Х)) Если понравится, то могу покопаться в своих архивах и достать еще что-нибудь интересненькое, но по ... — Francis — @дневники: асоциальная сеть

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Historical costuming and vintage sewing projects, with dress diaries and research on period dress from the 16th to the 20th century.

Homespun dress of the Civil War era. Likely the out-of-fashion (by 1870), simple, dress Millie (Permilia) would have worn in her poverty before becoming John Gideon's Mail-Order Bride.

Homespun, How To Make A Silk Purse...... | The Ladies Tea - War from a Feminine Perspective

Out of a sow's ear? Generally means you can't. Well they did. This once homely, unassuming fabric composed of small sticks, leaves, garden tools and a few...

Evening dress, ca. 1850; FIDM 84.5.2a-c

Day Ensemble » Womenswear » Collections » FIDM Museum and Galleries » FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising

Entry: Day Ensemble; Date: c. 1848–1852; Collection: Permanent Collection

фотографии из разных музеев. Местами я даже не забывала смотреть из чего сшито и в каком году Х)) Если понравится, то могу покопаться в своих архивах и достать еще что-нибудь интересненькое, но по ... — История моды

фотографии из разных музеев. Местами я даже не забывала смотреть из чего сшито и в каком году Х)) Если понравится, то могу покопаться в своих архивах и достать еще что-нибудь интересненькое, но по ... — Francis — @дневники: асоциальная сеть

фотографии из разных музеев. Местами я даже не забывала смотреть из чего сшито и в каком году Х)) Если понравится, то могу покопаться в своих архивах и достать еще что-нибудь интересненькое, но по ... — Francis — @дневники: асоциальная сеть

Darling 1860's Work Day Dress Summer Sheer | eBay seller joannthegreat; pocket on right side, bodice lined, fabric roses in pinks & reds, with black & blue; many period mends in sleeves & skirt; bodice boned; cartridge pleated; back hook & eye closure; Bust: 32"; waist: 24"; skirt length: 35"; circumference: 136"

Darling 1860's Work Day Dress Summer Sheer

Darling 1860's Work Day Dress Summer Sheer | eBay seller joannthegreat; pocket on right side, bodice lined, fabric roses in pinks & reds, with black & blue; many period mends in sleeves & skirt; bodice boned; cartridge pleated; back hook & eye closure; Bust: 32"; waist: 24"; skirt length: 35"; circumference: 136"

1860s Fashion - here is a homespun every-day dress owned by Vick Betts. Every-day dresses were often one piece, instead of bodice and skirt being separate, and the closure is in front. Work dresses were of sturdy material, wool being the favorite as it was fire-retardant. Cotton was also used, however, as it was more easily washable. Note once again the geometric designs in the fabric and the dropped shoulder seams. This hand-sewn dress is an enduring testimony to some lady's sewing abilit

1860s Fashion

What Did The Well Dressed Woman Wear in the 1860s? Foundational Garments A proper lady always had a chemise (foundation slip), a corset, and drawers. She also had petticoats and some form of support for her dress (hoop skirt or corded petticoat). This photograph shows a young lady with her chemise, drawers, corset and "cage crinoline." Another petticoat or two (probably starched) would go over the cage to fluff out her skirt. Stockings and boots complete her foundation wardrobe items…

INDIGO PRINT MATERNITY? DRESS, 1860s WORK DRESS? April 8, 2015 NYC New York City 2-piece dark indigo & white plaid, loosely fitted jacket, CF buttons, gathered long skirt, left side seam pocket, B 36", Skirt W 41", Skirt L 34", cream cotton jacket lining & waistband, blue printed hem facing, B 36", Jacket W 33.5", Skirt W 41", Skirt L 34", (1 missing button, some scattered tiny holes) very good. Strong Museum, Rochester.

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