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Left: cinnamon satin & velvet walking outfit, ca. 1875-78, comprising fitted bodice and skirt with smocked and pleated satin detailing. Right: mustard-colored satin day dress with pale brown satin contrasts, ca. 1876; princess cut. Sotheby's

Left: cinnamon satin & velvet walking outfit, ca. 1875-78, comprising fitted bodice and skirt with smocked and pleated satin detailing. Right: mustard-colored satin day dress with pale brown satin contrasts, ca. 1876; princess cut. Sotheby's

Black and brown silk bustle dress, 1880-82. Two-piece black taffeta. Tunic with brown satin pleated bib and swag bottom, ombreed ribbon and chenille fringe, carnival-beaded globe buttons, tiny pocket, scrolling cord & tassels on back, ruched & draped skirt with fringe & ribbons, ruffled & pleated front, cotton lining. Whitaker Auctions

Black and brown silk bustle dress, 1880-82. Two-piece black taffeta. Tunic with brown satin pleated bib and swag bottom, ombreed ribbon and chenille fringe, carnival-beaded globe buttons, tiny pocket, scrolling cord & tassels on back, ruched & draped skirt with fringe & ribbons, ruffled & pleated front, cotton lining. Whitaker Auctions

Dress of Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Charles Frederick Worth's Firm, Paris, France. 1890s. Velvet, satin, lace, silk and silver thread, metal and glass beads, paste; embroidered. L.: bodices 46 and 56 cm, skirt 324 cm

Dress of Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Charles Frederick Worth's Firm, Paris, France. 1890s. Velvet, satin, lace, silk and silver thread, metal and glass beads, paste; embroidered. L.: bodices 46 and 56 cm, skirt 324 cm

Saffron gold silk dress  Dress c. 1869, with organdy and lace edging, green and cream satin ribbons. The overskirt gathers up in to add emphasis to the back, a precursor to the bustle. This gown was worn by Frances Olmsted (later Mrs. Richard Maynard Marshall) when she attended the first St. Cecilia Ball held after the Civil War. Courtesy of The Charleston Museum.

Saffron gold silk dress Dress c. 1869, with organdy and lace edging, green and cream satin ribbons. The overskirt gathers up in to add emphasis to the back, a precursor to the bustle. This gown was worn by Frances Olmsted (later Mrs. Richard Maynard Marshall) when she attended the first St. Cecilia Ball held after the Civil War. Courtesy of The Charleston Museum.

.História da Moda.: Historicismo na Moda: Século XVIII e Século XIX (Parte 1)

Historicismo na Moda: Século XVIII e Século XIX (Parte 1)

Após a exposição mundial de Paris em tornou-se evidente que o moderno estava tomando o lugar histórico na arte. O historicismo neste momento aparece em enormes mangas bufantes nos ombros e braços, chamadas de gigot, inspiradas na moda Renascentista.

English Victorian redbrown silk dress with separate bodice and skirt. Decorated with embroidered beadwork, ruches and bows.  Matching hat <3 1895- 1900. Source: Antwerp Fashion Museum, Mode Museum. T09/247AB/J105.

English Victorian redbrown silk dress with separate bodice and skirt. Decorated with embroidered beadwork, ruches and bows. Matching hat <3 1895- 1900. Source: Antwerp Fashion Museum, Mode Museum. T09/247AB/J105.

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