Wedding Gown | c. 1893

Wedding Dress: Bodice And Skirt . Designer: John Shillito Co. Place: Cincinnati, OH . Currently at Cincinnati Art Museum

Black and white striped afternoon dress, c. 1895

Day dress (bodice & skirt) by A. Sills (designer), New York/United States. Medium:silk satin, silk velvet, silk faille, machine-made lace

Second Day Dress  1894-95 United States  A second day dress was worn for celebrations the day after a woman was married.  There could also be third, fourth, fifth, etc day dress.

Second day dress, A second day dress was worn for celebrations the day after a woman was married. There could also be third, fourth, fifth, etc day dresses.

dress ca. 1899 via Manchester City Galleries

Manchester City Galleries item 1899 Two piece evening or dinner costume in scarlet silk satin, covered with black machine lace and trimmed with ruched red and black chiffon, pleated black lace and narrow red velvet ribbon.

First Lady Frances Cleveland’s Skirt and Three Bodices (via National Museum of American History).

Frances Cleveland’s skirt and bodices. The original floral chine skirt and peach velvet bodice were probably made around 1895 by the House of Doucet of Paris. The floral bodice was created later from fabric.

SILK CHINE TEA GOWN, c 1900 2 piece, multi-color floral chine print on tan silk faille, bodice w/ net & chiffon, ruched blue silk, black velvet bands, paste buckles, detached petersham, "Jennings & Co. NY", B 36", W 22", Front Skirt L 40", Back Skirt L 45",(damage to linings & chiffon on sleeves) excellent.

Multi-color floral chine print on tan silk faille, bodice w/ net & chiffon, ruched blue silk, black velvet bands, paste buckles

Walking dress in two parts (bodice and skirt), by Sartoria Giuseppa Giabbani Mode e Confezioni, Florence, c. 1891, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

1891 walking dress from Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Walking dress in two parts (bodice and skirt), by Sartoria Giuseppa Giabbani Mode e Confezioni, Florence

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