Reformkleid 1902/03 gelber Seidensatin, Kurbelstickerei

Reform dress in yellow silk satin with embroidery detail.

Rose pink evening gown, 1910, silk satin. In the Aesthetic style, high waist, bead- and pearl-trimmed bands that criss-cross around bustline. Trained skirt, long Renaissance-style cream chiffon sleeves with pearl & bead edges. Small matching shield-shaped evening bag. Augusta Auctions

In the Aesthetic style, high waist, bead- and pearl-trimmed bands that criss-cross around bustline. Trained skirt, long Renaissance-style cream chiffon sleeves with pearl & bead edges.

ca. 1810-1820, metmuseum.org | Threading Through Time . Only pinned this because I thought I was a pretty, antique dress.

ca. 1810-1820, metmuseum.org

Evening dress Designer: George Halley (American) Date: ca. 1967 Culture: American Medium: nylon, silk, glass, metallic thread, plastic Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in.

Romantisches Teekleid, ca. 1899

Cheap victorian dress, Buy Quality dress satin directly from China victorian gown Suppliers: Romantic Tea Gown Victorian dress satin dressla dies blouse

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Pretty in Pink!

Dress 1915 Pink net over pink satin dress beaded with glass beads. Made by dressmaker Helen Gjertson, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

callot soeurs couture | ... Archiv » Peter’s Cuttings – Haute Couture im Rathaus von Paris

Peter's Cuttings – Haute Couture im Rathaus von Paris

fripperiesandfobs: “ Beer evening dress, 1912 From the Musee Galliera via Les Mads ”

Evening dress ca. 1912-15. Silk crêpe georgette and silk atlas with embroidery, marcasite, glass pearls, & rhinestones. Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln. Cologne Municipal Museum via Kulturelles Erbe Koeln

Evening dress ca. Silk crêpe georgette and silk atlas with embroidery, marcasite, glass pearls, & rhinestones. Cologne Municipal Museum via Kulturelles Erbe Koeln

Evening dress Date: ca. 1795 Culture: probably British Medium: cotton, silk Accession Number: 1978.280.2

Date: ca. 1795 Culture: probably British Medium: cotton, silk Dimensions: Length (from shoulder): 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1978

Evening Dress (back view), Weeks: 1910, French, silk, metal. "Associated with royalty and symbolizing beauty, immortality and exoticism, the peacock has long been a favorite motif of artists. Particularly during the Art Nouveau movement, designers incorporated the birds into their work, inspired by the creatures’ sinuous bodies and showy feathers."

French Dress, 1910 (back view) - by Weeks (French) - Silk, metal - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Style: Art Nouveau <> (vintage lady, edwardian)

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