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Wedding gown, Worth, 1878. Boned bodice with deep center front busk point & basque tails. Undersleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered w/pearl appliqués. To create slashed effect, satin bands applied over pearls. Self-fabric strips sewn over bands to simulate knots. Ivory satin cockades at elbows. Plain weave silk backing. Skirt front backed with silk taffeta. Two layers of self fabric used to create bustle. Museum of the City of New York

Wedding gown, Worth, 1878. Boned bodice with deep center front busk point & basque tails. Undersleeve is ivory satin; upper sleeve is net covered w/pearl appliqués. To create slashed effect, satin bands applied over pearls. Self-fabric strips sewn over bands to simulate knots. Ivory satin cockades at elbows. Plain weave silk backing. Skirt front backed with silk taffeta. Two layers of self fabric used to create bustle. Museum of the City of New York

White satin evening gown covered with white lace and pale blue netting, with blue satin trim, American (Minneapolis), c. 1910-19.

White satin evening gown covered with white lace and pale blue netting, with blue satin trim, American (Minneapolis), c. 1910-19.

Evening dress ~ 1915. I should make a dress just like this.

Evening dress ~ 1915. I should make a dress just like this.

Dress, Mrs Pialat Delanoue, Paris, ca. 1914. Evening dress of pink silk with blue chiffon over-tunic reaching just below knee level, decorated with sparkling beadware. Fastens at back with hook and eyes. Hull Museum

Dress, Mrs Pialat Delanoue, Paris, ca. 1914. Evening dress of pink silk with blue chiffon over-tunic reaching just below knee level, decorated with sparkling beadware. Fastens at back with hook and eyes. Hull Museum

Evening dress trimmed with metallic lace, Devoré, ca.1910. Wedgewood blue velvet cut to a gold satin ground. Metallic gold lace on bodice and underskirt. Rhinestone and crystal beaded appliqués on the front and back bodice and train. Vintage Textile

Evening dress trimmed with metallic lace, Devoré, ca.1910. Wedgewood blue velvet cut to a gold satin ground. Metallic gold lace on bodice and underskirt. Rhinestone and crystal beaded appliqués on the front and back bodice and train. Vintage Textile

Lucile Lady Duff Gordon beaded and appliqued silk gown c. 1914

Lucile Lady Duff Gordon beaded and appliqued silk gown c. 1914

Owl... Cute ... ♥ Let's protect our world! Help saving the planet so we can all live to continue seeing these amazing animals! Help protect their home also our home!

Owl... Cute ... ♥ Let's protect our world! Help saving the planet so we can all live to continue seeing these amazing animals! Help protect their home also our home!

Silk dress, 1909-1911, by Mrs. Dunstan, a well-known New York dressmaker. This high-style dress is a particularly good example of her work and exhibits some of the typical techniques used in that period, such as the bolero-and-vestee configuration of bodice and over-the-shoulder panels.

Silk dress, 1909-1911, by Mrs. Dunstan, a well-known New York dressmaker. This high-style dress is a particularly good example of her work and exhibits some of the typical techniques used in that period, such as the bolero-and-vestee configuration of bodice and over-the-shoulder panels.

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Evening dress, Mme. Hayward, London, ca. 1909-10. Silk, metal, cotton. This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's "Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction ca. 1860-1940." She describes it as "an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt." Museum of London

Evening dress, Mme. Hayward, London, ca. 1909-10. Silk, metal, cotton. This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's "Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction ca. 1860-1940." She describes it as "an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt." Museum of London