1810

In the Regency period, the dresses looked deceptively simple, but the details were incredible. Veronique description: Court Dress belonging to the Empress Josephine. After Musée de la Malmaison

1901 Edwardian dress with train (back view)

Evening Dress - Back - - by Jeanne Hallée (French, - Silk, metallic, glass - the perfect dress for a vintage wedding

Sooooo elegant

Belle Époque Summer Gown - - Cream silk chiffon w/ pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors - Brooklyn Museum - Augusta Auctions

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Victorian tambour lace gown, early Intricately embroidered ecru net over a pink ruffled silk undergarment. The neckline and sleeves are trimmed with cotton ruffles, ribbon and lace trims. The gown closes with hooks and eyes down the back.

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1912 Evening dress all in green silk tunic with embroidered beaded overlay. Abiti Antichi- Abito Fashion and Designer Style

This guide provides images and details to consider when creating an early 19th century ballgown. The examples provide a general guide, not an exact historic timeline. Fashion is flexible: styles evolve and are adopted at a different pace depending on the wearer's age, location, and economic or social status.

Guide providing images and details to consider when creating an early century ballgown.

A day dress of ivory silk gauze, circa 1810, with an all over leaf design in green silk thread.

Gauzy sleeves for bride? could be detached.A day dress of ivory silk gauze, circa with an all over leaf design in green silk thread.

Evening dress, French, ca. 1911-15. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim, attached in the Luneville or tambour method. Smith College Historic Clothing

Evening dress French ca. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice lined with lightly boned taffeta has sleeves cut in T-shape kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim attached in the Luneville or tambour method.

Embroidered white cambric wedding dress, Danish, 1797. Probably worn by Baroness Eleonora Sophie Rantzau when she married Count Preben Bille-Brahe in Hvedholm, 1797.

Late Georgian/Early Regency Dress Plans

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