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a grey eyed girl — ornamentedbeing: ca. 1879 Met So, how about a...

whenasinsilks: “ Evening dress, materials not listed (appears to be patterned silk velvet and satin trimmed with chenille fringe), c.

Tan silk walking dress with black lace trim (back), American, 1870-75. This is a…

This is a nice example of an early bustle day dress worn for promenading and visiting. Skirt decoration in this period was often achieved by using two separate skirts, with an overskirt being the main source of decoration and the puffing for the bustle

Robe à la Française  1775  The Kyoto Costume Institute

Robe à la française Inventory Number(s): KCI c. 1775 This garment was worn by Madame Oberkampf, whose husband established the modern printing industry in Jouy-en-Josas in the suburbs of Paris, when she had an audience with Queen Marie Antoinette in