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Printed Voile Bustle Dress, 1870s  I have some fabric I want to use for this style, not voile, I have trouble finding voile.

Printed Voile Bustle Dress, I have some fabric I want to use for this style, not voile, I have trouble finding voile.

1883 Dress Culture: English Medium: wool Dating from about 1885, this full length dress is made from fine wool, is pink/musk in colour and is elaborately trimmed with cream lace. The tight-fitting bodice is lined and boned, with a high standing collar trimmed with lace that is identical to that used on the cuffs of the full length sleeves. The bodice has lost its original fastening; copper ball buttons featuring an anchor motif have been added at a later stage.

Two-piece pink full length wool dress (bodice and skirt) with cream lace trimming. Label handwritten inside back neck of jacket: "Maple-Brown". Printed label back waist of jacket: "David Jones & Company Sydney." Tag on skirt waist: "Mrs Maple-Brown.

Evening dress, by Charles Frederick Worth, c. 1881. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. See: http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O13849/evening-dress-worth/

Evening dress Date:ca. 1881 (made) Artist/Maker:Worth (maker) Materials and Techniques:Silk satin, trimmed with pearl embroidery and machine-made lace, lined with silk, the bodice supported with whalebone struts, machine and hand sewn.

Dress Date: ca. 1870–1880 Media: Pale Olive Green Taffeta, Damask, And Sateen Accession Number: 52.12.1a-b Cuirasse style bodice, central panel of figured blue-green silk, attatched lace collar. Overskirt of figured silk attatches to bodice and is elaborately draped at the back. Trimmed with chenille fringe. Underskirt of olive taffeta, ruched, trained and trimmed with pleated flounces. For a large bustle.

FCBTC / Dress ca. Pale olive green taffeta, damask, and sateen. Cuirasse style bodice, central panel of figured blue-green silk, attatched lace collar. Overskirt of figured silk attatches to bodice and is elaborately draped at the back.

fripperiesandfobs:  Day dress ca. 1882-85 From the Smith College...

Day Dress North America “ This day outfit, from the late bustle era, was worn by Kate Morris Cone, a student in the first graduating class of Smith College in The fawn wool bodice is.

Two-piece sage faille day dress with gray satin bands, 1874. Semi-boned bodice with dorset buttons, stand collar, and lace-trimmed cuffs. Skirt decorated with ruching and pleats. Whitaker Auctions/Live Auctioneers

Two-piece sage faille day dress with gray satin bands, Semi-boned bodice with dorset buttons, stand collar, and lace-trimmed cuffs. Skirt decorated with ruching and pleats.

Two-Piece Wedding Dress Made Of Rusty Brown Silk, Brown And Ivory Striped Silk With Lacy Accents, Mother-Of-Pearl Buttons With Gold Underlay And Silver Accent   c. 1886

Two-Piece Wedding Dress Made Of Rusty Brown Silk, Brown And Ivory Striped Silk With Lacy Accents, Mother-Of-Pearl Buttons With Gold Underlay And Silver Accent

Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1886-1887 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

House of Worth, silk satin, faille, and brocade with lace and rhinestones dress. Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA.

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