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From 1973 but what I'm looking at is the use of the second color to reveal the extra shaping of the silhouette.

Afternoon dress Date: 1873 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Flockhart, 1968 Accession Number: b

Dress, late 1870’s

Dress, late From Bonham’s

Late 1800's Bustle Style Ball Gown Costume Bridal Wedding Custom To Your Size

14k Yellow Gold Created Opal Fiery White Round Stud Earrings

Wedding dress, 1884 Canada, McCord Museum This was made for $4.00 by an Ontario dressmaker.  I can’t find what that would be in modern Canadian dollars, but given the similar value of Canadian and American dollars throughout history, I’ll assume it was something like $90 (95 USD).  Not that much, really.

Here are even more lovely wedding gowns from the Victorian era in addition to ones posted in earlier Victorian Wedding Gallery .

Possible wedding or trousseau dress, Mme. Hawkes, Brighton, England, ca. 1879. It would have been worn with a fitted corset and small padded bustle underneath. Royal Pavilion Museums & Galleries via en.convdocs.org

Possible wedding or trousseau dress, Mme. Hawkes, Brighton, England, ca. It would have been worn with a fitted corset and small padded bustle underneath.

Beautiful Natural Form Garnet Bodice

NF-gold trim on back of shoulders, peplum, and lower side of overskirt

C. 1871  C. 1871

1871 Shimmer Gold and Copper Silk Bustle Gown with ruching, silk ribbon, and bow accents via The Barrington House.

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