"Abandon" afternoon dress, fall/winter 1948–49
Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957); Silk, cotton

Source: Christian Dior: "Abandon" afternoon dress (C.I.58.7.8a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Christian Dior "Abandon" afternoon dress, circa The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Afternoon Dress (image 1) | 1910 | silk chiffon, soutache | Augusta Auctions | May 10, 2016/Lot 1008

Circa 1910 Afternoon Dress - Marine blue silk & chiffon dress w/ gold soutache

Afternoon dress by Worth ca. 1900    would LOVE to bust this out in the middle of the afternoon!

"Worth afternoon dress ca. 1900 From MCNY - back" I want to do a black and white gown.

Haute Couture Charles Frederick Worth afternoon  dress gown circa from French 1875. Made from silk with lace, pleated ruffles and tassel trim marked by darker colors drapery fabric, oversize accessories and elongated forms include the bustle skirt at the back. The dense textiles preferred were covered in trimming, beadwork, puffs and bows to visually elevate them further. #HauteCouture #Fashion House of Worth

Afternoon dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1875 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 28 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 61 in.

Afternoon dress Date: 1928–29 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, mother-of-pearl Dimensions: Length (a): 46 in. (116.8 cm) Length (b): 37 1/2 in. (95.3 cm)

A beautifully delicate French afternoon dress dating to 1928 or in love.this is one of the most ethereal dresses I've seen from this time period.

This is so beautiful and ridiculous.

omgthatdress: Afternoon Dress Charles Fredrick

Afternoon Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1872 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Love the color!

Afternoon dress House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956)  Designer:     Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date:     1888 Culture:     French Medium:     silk, metal

Dress, Afternoon Charles Frederick Worth, 1888 The over-dress echoes the…

1930s Day Dresses,- Trapunto detail on upper bodice and sleeve, decorative pin vintage fashion style photo print ad women ladies dress short sleeves 30s 40s

1930s Day Dresses, Afternoon Dresses History

1930 Day Dresses,- Trapunto detail on upper bodice and sleeve, decorative pin vintage fashion style photo print ad women ladies dress short sleeves

Afternoon dress, 1860. Silk taffeta, two pieces. Photos: Jean Tholance. Les Arts Décoratifs and Europeana Fashion

awesome Afternoon dress, Silk taffeta, two pieces.

Afternoon dress, Worth, 1889. Silk with metal trim. From the Met's page: "Worth was credited with creating the princess line in about 1873. This shape was due to seaming from the neck, over the bust and into the skirt without interruption, as with many of the designs before it. This dress has a sense of grandeur about it in its historical reference exemplified by the sleeves and metal lace bolero evoking styles of the Medicis."

Afternoon dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: 1889 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal

Afternoon dress, ca. 1814, French, silk. In The Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. (Pictures of full dress available on museum website.)

What gorgeous silk and lace embellishment! Detail of hem on afternoon dress - 1814 French silk.

Dress, Afternoon    Date:      ca. 1855  Culture:      French  Medium:      cotton  Dimensions:      Length at CB: 58 3/4 in. (149.2 cm)  Credit Line:      Gift of University of Virginia Drama Department, 1977  Accession Number:      1977.304.1    This artwork is not on display

MET - Afternoon dress Nineteenth-century gauze dresses incorporate the romance of the buta motif in fabrics that bear no relation to the original Kashmiri wools.

Afternoon Dress -- 1885 -- French -- Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

Afternoon dress Augustine Martin & Company Designer: Augustine Martin (French) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: French Medium: silk The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Afternoon dress ca. 1865, American (silk,metal) The influence that military uniforms played on women's dress during the years of the Civil War is evident here.  Women reflected their patriotism readily in their mode of dress to help encourage the soldiers on to victory.  The bands ending in rosettes on the skirt are reminiscent of swags and decorations at military ceremonies while the shoulder and sleeve decorations are taken from stripes and epaulets on military jackets.

1865 Afternoon Dress 1865 The Metropolitan Museum of Art copy

Afternoon dress, GE Spitzer, Vienna, ca. 1900-1914. Light blue, one piece, silk, lace, chiffon, tulle, and net with appliqués. Cream silk and blue chiffon underskirt. Closes in back with snaps and hooks. Antique-Gown

Afternoon dress, GE Spitzer, Vienna, ca.

Afternoon dress, 1912, Jeanne Hallée

Dress, Afternoon Jeanne Hallée (French, Date: 1912 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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