Evening dress of Queen Louise of Prussia, 1800’s

Fripperies and Fobs Evening Dress of Queen Louise of Prussia From the Hohenzollern Castle via The Epoch Times

Empire, Evening dress ca. 1817.

Evening dress ca. 1817 From the Leeds Museum and Galleries

If I ever get married I will be wearing something like this 1906 evening gown. Absolutely stunning.

1906 Evening dress of pink faille covered with lace of ivory chiffon and tulle embroidered with silk cordonnet, purple sequins, and blue and pink ribbon. Slim fitting with short sleeves, drapery across bust and slight train.

Dress 1805-1810 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress 1805-1810 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Regency gown Place of origin: France (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Muslin, embroidered with cotton and silver thread, lined with linen, hand-sewn Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrods Ltd.

Evening dress, early 19th century United States, MFA Boston

Dress: early century, American, silk figured weave, silk and cotton lining, silk piping.

Robe de bal brodée en or, ca. 1820

ball gown ca. 1820 via The Victoria & Albert Museum “Women saved their most elaborate dresses for special occasions such as balls. Lavish gowns embellished with gold thread or sparkling beads.

Evening dress ca. 1817 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

made in France silk and wool gauze with silk satin, iron floral pailettes, silk embroidery, glass beads, silk cording Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Evening Dress

Empire

Embroidered cream satin evening gown, British, Worn by Maud Messel for a fancy dress ball in 1913 Labeled Empire 1913

Japon van donkergroene met groen changeant tafzijde met verhoogde taille, rokzoom verdikt als 'rouleau'

1810 Japon van donkergroene met groen changeant tafzijde met verhoogde taille, rokzoom verdikt als 'rouleau'.

1860's dress

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