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1851 Evening Dress of Queen Victoria made of blue watered Spitalfields silk, round necked short sleeve bodice decorated w lace on v-shaped stomacher, full skirt w half overskirt edged w ruched ribbon, decorated w printed bands of roses and foliage front

1840 Ball Gown

historicaldress: “ Brand: Spitalfields, England Medium: Ivory silk Date: Country: USA As fashion evolves, influential trends re-emerge. This dress was originally made in the eighteenth-century.

Alexander McQueen~not that I would ever wear this...but I love butterflies and this is just to cool not to pin!!

Couture designer Luly Yang, created the Monarch Butterfly Dress, made in silk fabric, adorned with Swarovski crystals and black ostrich

Lovely 1902-03 French Gown...oh to wear something like this...just once :)

Dress Date: Culture: French Medium: silk. Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Julia Mullaney, This dress is beautiful!

1852, America  Silk ball gown Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection

Ball Gown American c. 1852 Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection at the FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) Museum, Los Angeles, CA.

Regency gown c.1810  I was born in the wrong era!! Although I do like toilets! lol

Though simply hued, there is nothing pedestrian about this immensely beautiful regency era gown.

Doucet ball gown, 1898-1902  From the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

[Lots of nice detail on the bodice.] Ball gown Designer: Jacques Doucet Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, linen Accession Number: b

Evening Dress, ca. 1865, Scottish; cream silk taffeta, satin, tulle, cording and tassels and black silk ribbon, via the Museum at FIT

1865 Scotland, dress of cream silk taffeta, satin, tulle, cording and tassels and black silk ribbon. The Museum at FIT - Online Collections