Fashion History Museum. Artifact of the Week: Tape lace jacket, c. 1907
An embroidered lace bridal gown, circa 1905-10. the bodice slightly bloused at the front, embroidered silk bands to high neck and shoulders, later added chemical lace waistband, matching trained skirt.
Wedding dress, Houghton & Dalton, London, 1902. Silk, two pieces. Victoria & Albert Museum
Cleo de Merode by Studio Reutlinger, France. 1895. Cleo was an extremely expensive courtesan in Paris during the reign of Napoleon III. She maintained her lovely looks throughout her exotic life.
+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Wedding Couple 1903
1890's Wedding Gown
Wedding dress House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Date: 1896 Culture: French Medium: silk, pearl
The Duchess of Devonshire’s ball 1897 | Advantage In Vintage
Wedding gown, circa 1895. Two-piece white ribbed silk. Pearl-studded high collar, leg-'o-mutton sleeves. Trained skirt and fringed sash. Via Augusta Auctions.