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Evening Gown 1860's

Evening dress ca. From the ROYAL ARMORY AND HALLWYL MUSEUM. >> Beautiful This dress seriously reminds me of the pink dress from Disney's Cinderella! I wonder if this was the dress that inspired the illustrator!

Gown by House of Worth, late 1800s

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1898 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones. Back Victorian fashion

Dress 1860-1861

1860-1861 Dress

One of the loveliest peach ballgowns ever! This one is from the Met Museum and dates to around .: C O S T U M E Empire Fashion,Dress details

Dress, 1763, McCord Museum. This wedding dress is one of the few 18th-c silk gowns with a hand-painted floral design to be found in a North American museum. The soft cream silk was handwoven in China, where the floral pattern was handpainted in tones of lavender, blue, yellow, green and brown. This charming dress was worn by Mary Chaloner in Guiseborough, England, when she married Colonel John Hale. The groom had served under Major-General James Wolfe.

Wedding Gown, Robe a la Francaise. worn by Mary Chaloner in Guiseborough, England/McCord Museum Montreal

Evening Gown  --  House of Worth  --  French  --  1893-95  --  Silk  --  Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute by roseann

thevintagethimble: “ Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: Culture: French, Medium: silk.