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This week's 'Frock Friday' features a silk brocade afternoon dress from 1895. It has beautiful gigot sleeves & an interesting brocade print of blue spiral rondels. From Augusta Auctions.

This week's 'Frock Friday' features a silk brocade afternoon dress from 1895. It has beautiful gigot sleeves & an interesting brocade print of blue spiral rondels. From Augusta Auctions.

TRAJE DE RECEPCION EN SATEN Y SEDA 1877-78

Reception Dress: Day Bodice, Evening Bodice And Skirt Artist/Maker:Selina Cadwallader d. Place: France Classification: Women's Main Dress: Majority of Body/Costume and Accessory Medium:silk, satin, lace

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theblacklacedandy: “cimetiere-chanson: “ Afternoon dress ca. Made and worn by Ora Baily McCuthen, a concert pianist in San Diego. She was the daughter of James O. Baily, one of the first men to discover gold in.

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Victorian Dress Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: French Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Katharine Hepburn red period gown designed by Walter Plunkett from Mary of Scotland. (RKO, 1936)

Katharine Hepburn red period gown designed by Walter Plunkett from Mary of Scotland Red silk velvet two-piece period gown with gold metal leaf medallions with matching hat.

Juliette robe

Out-of-this-world fashion for Futura. Note the mask. (Party Costume design for Romeo and Juliet by costumer Carlo Poggioli)

Portrait of Mary Endicott Chamberlain by John Everett Millais, ca. 1890. Gray silk dress by House of Worth. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery / Fashion Museum, Bath 💛

Portrait of Mary Endicott Chamberlain by John Everett Millais, ca. 1890. Gray silk dress by House of Worth. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery / Fashion Museum, Bath 💛

TRAJE DE NOCHE EN TAFETAN DE SEDA VERDE 1865

Museum of Art Kobe Fashion France circa) 1865 Evening dress left years Kobe Fashion Museum of Art) 1957 Christian Dior gown

Ball Gown  1811  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1811 British Ball gown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - The use of a sheer overlay on this gown and the light colours lend themselves well to the Regency-era silhouette of a high waist and straight skirt.

1866 black silk faille two-piece dress. Though it appears extremely formal and elegant to our contemporary eyes, it would have been worn to a dinner or reception, rather than the most formal of evening balls. The black ground creates a luxurious contrast to the multicolored floral sprays, which feature poppies, roses, and bleeding hearts among other flowers.

1866 black silk faille two-piece dress. Though it appears extremely formal and elegant to our contemporary eyes, it would have been worn to a dinner or reception, rather than the most formal of evening balls. The black ground creates a luxurious con

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