Fancy dress, La Moda magazine, 1831

The saw fancy dress costumes becoming far more fanciful and unrestrained. Women who were modestly covered from head to toe in daily life reveled in creating revealing and controversial costumes, a trend which is still going strong today.

1860s (made) Design for a fancy-dress costume - Queen of Clubs Jules Helleu (designer)  Charles Frederick Worth, born 1825 - died 1895 (possibly, designed for)

Queen of Clubs

Queen of Clubs Object: Design for a fancy-dress costume Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Jules Helleu (designer) Charles Frederick Worth, born 1825 - died 1895 (possibly, designed for)

Costume (Fancy Dress)  Date: ca. 1880  {MET} | Another bolero+corset look, this time extant, not modern

Costume (Fancy Dress) Date: ca. 1880 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, metal Marking: [label] "Maison E. rue des Pyramides/Paris" Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Zeppelin” fancy dress costume

eachdayaflower: Maybe from here? There’s a collection of these there, but this one is by far the most absolutely amazing.

GRAVURE de MODE AUTHENTIQUE-J 70-JOURNAL DES DEMOISELLES-1891-N°4814

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