This is a good example of an 1860's dress with two different bodices- one for day and one for evening.

Current wished up/made up costume? Some time period where late victorian could be simple and great like this? Ball gown bodice mate isn't as wonderful, but minus the train, my dream dress.

This is a good example of an 1860's dress with two different bodices- one for day and one for evening.

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Day dress, 1860-70

Day dress National Trust Inventory Number 60429 Category Costume Date 1860 - 1870 Materials Silk Day dress of brown silk .

1865-69

Dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length (a): 15 in. cm) Length (b): 56 in. cm) Length (c): 17 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs Grace Rainey Rogers, 1940 Accession Number:

Dress About 1865, 19th century Machine-sewn silk Frederick Sinclair Estate, 1938                            New Brunswick Museum

Dress About century Machine-sewn silk Frederick Sinclair Estate, 1938 New Brunswick Museum

Pink and white striped muslin summer gown, circa 1864. | In the Swan's Shadow

A pink and white striped muslin summer gown, circa The collar and mancherons trimmed with cotton torchon lace, fanned panels of tight pleats to bodice front and back, integral camisole, watch pocket to waist

Day dress, 1853-57 From the Chester County Historical SocietyDRESS, 1853-1857 BACK TO ERA BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR  Green, white, and red plaid silk  This green and red plaid silk dress epitomizes the look of the mid-1800s with its wide bell shaped skirt and pagoda sleeves

Day dress, From the Chester County Historical SocietyDRESS, BACK TO ERA BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR Green, white, and red plaid silk This green and red plaid silk dress epitomizes the look of the with its wide bell shaped skirt and pagoda sleeves

Dress c.1855-1865 American History

American, Day Dress of beige, green & maroon printed silk with a removable lace collar and undersleeves. Trimmed with garnet-type stone & gold metal buttons and soft green fringe.

Dinner dress, ca 1840 United States (Massachusetts), MFA Boston I love it, I’m just not liking the brown.

1840 Dinner Dress via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.--cinnamon seems to have been a popular color in California, and the ruffled skirt is seen in paintings of Californio day dresses. Most of the trading ships came from Boston.

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