Court Gown of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, Wife of Nicholas II By Court Couturiére Mme. Olga Nicholaevna Bulbenkova Petersburg, Circa 1890 White silk moiré silver and gold thread Pavlovsk State Museum-Preserve Inv. Russians do it well.
Сочетание цветов и вышивка! The last Empress of Russia, Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna Romanova, nee Princess Alix of Hesse and by Rhine consort of Nicholas II., seen here in full court dress, year Photo by Tashusik.
Court Dress worn by Alexandra Feodorovna (born Princess Charlotte of Prussia, - Empress Consort of Russia - wife of Tsar Nicholas I and mother of Tsar Alexander II. This is why European royals need to use some different names!
Lady-in-waiting's ceremonial court dress, O. Bulbenkova's workshop, St. Petersburg, late 19th century. State Hermitage Museum, via Teatime at Winter Palace's Tumblr. According to the Alexander Palace Time Machine, ladies-in-waiting were married women who wore a green velvet court gown; they occupied a higher position in the Imperial Household than the maids of honor, unmarried women who wore crimson velvet. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE IMAGES.
French Riding ensemble - c. 1905 - Silk, metal thread, ostrich feathers - Marking: 'Morin Blossier, Paris' and 'Her Majesty Queen Alexandra' - The Metropolitan Museum of Art (could be a short pirate coat!