Historical Dress

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century Italian/Hungarian Bodice and skirt at the Museum of Applied Art… - Historical Dresses Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Hats, Victorian Fashion, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Women's Clothing

Dress: ca. mid 17th

Dress: ca. mid 17th century, Italian/Hungarian, cambric, broad lace, metal work; embroidery, presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy. www.pinterest.com/pin/157837161916444214/

Updating the Fashion Timeline exhibition : Silk brocade skirt and bodice, ca. 1765 shown with reproduction stomacher. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, 1700s Dresses, Old Dresses, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion

Updating the Fashion Timeline exhibition

At the Kent State University Museum we have a permanent exhibition, "Fashion Timeline," that surveys historic fashions from the 18th century through the mid-20th century. (Website). Because of the fragile nature of costumes, we cannot leave the same pieces in the exhibition indefinitely. We have to rotate the pieces regularly, so that means there are often…

Meghan Nader This historic dress was an everyday women's wear during the era. This attire was worn more so by the middle class. It withholds societies standards as it remains a good length. 1890s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Women's Fashion, Farm Fashion, Fashion Stores, Cheap Fashion, Gothic Fashion

late 19th century dress cotton dress. This is awesome.... definately want to make this one! Notice the skirt!

Silk dress, by Mrs. Dunstan, a well-known New York dressmaker. This high-style dress shows some of the typical techniques used in that period, such as the bolero-and-vestee configuration of bodice and over-the-shoulder panels. Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Edwardian Era, Historical Dress, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion

Back to 1912

edwardianattire: “ A lovely Edwardian silk gown, by Mrs. Dunstan, a well-known New York dressmaker, c. 1909. ”

Gowns from the Alexandre Vassiliev Foundation, circa - Historical Dresses Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Edwardian Era, Victorian Dresses, Historical Costume, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion

authentic fauxhemian

ornamentedbeing: “This very tiny collection of gowns from 1910-15 are part of the fifty-thousand strong collection that forms the Alexandre Vassiliev Foundation. The last two photos feature various...

House of Worth, Red Velvet Evening Dress, Paris, I adore Worth gowns! Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Old Dresses, Pretty Dresses, 1950s Dresses, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Hats, Beautiful Gowns

Ruby red evening dress, 1898.

This evening dress is perfectly suitable for this festive time of the year so I decided to share it with all of you! I instantly imagined a rich aristocratic lady attending a Christmas dinner or ba…

A Peacock Themed Regency Dress and Open Robe - Decor to Adore - Source by sophiagkaitatzi - Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, Victorian Dresses, Vintage Hats, 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Fashion

A Peacock Themed Regency Dress and Open Robe - Decor to Adore

A Peacock Themed Regency Dress and Open Robe features a DIY costume made for under $10. It was worn to the D/FW Costumers Guild Picnic.

Seidenrücksack aus bemaltem Seidenrock, Bademantel a la francaise, um 1770 – - Historical Dresses 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Fashion, Dress Vintage, Moda Vintage

How To Sew Leather: 5 Helpful Tips

When it comes to sewing, leather is a very tricky material to master. Whether you are planning to use real leather or one of the faux options available, you will find the following advice on how to sew leather quite helpful. 1. Don't Use Pins Most people...