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1930s Fashion, 30s Fashion

TRAJE DE NOVIA 1930S

Sensational late crepe wedding gown with lace pop-up collar and empire waist. Lace flower appliques and cutwork at the neck, covered back and sleeve buttons.

Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. 1930's dress | eBay mint green embroidered flowers at collar....

Memorable Charms Pink Love Heart

I don't often see much style stuff but i do so love green and its a nice "drive in the car" dress you might see on a movie

A candy cane striped evening dress and cape designed by Norman Norell for Hattie Carnegie in 1932.

Those stripes! Evening ensemble Norman Norell (American, Noblesville, Indiana New York) Design House: Hattie Carnegie, Inc. (American) Date: 1932 Culture: American

Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg, Hungarian, ca. 1520. Hungarian National Museum.

Green damask gown belonging to Queen Mary of Hapsburg, Hungarian, circa Hungarian National Museum.

Tail of dress. Victorian.

Good view of a bustle. Afternoon dress, around blue silk fringe trim, skirt with train. Musée d'Orsay exhibit, Impressionism and Fashion.

workshop of couturier Mainbocher. Working on Wallis Simpson's trousseau (1939).

Atelier couture, sewing, Fashion atelier, Dressmakers from Mainbocher working on the Duchess of Windsor's Trousseau.

Zigzag fashion

Fabric looks like my vintage cream summer dress. Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll looking like she just stepped out of a fashion show (photograph by Bassano, is style regardless of the age

Dinner dress Designer: Charles James  Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk, synthetic Accession Number: 2013.406

Dinner dress Designer: Charles James Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk, synthetic Accession Number: jαɢlαdy

Worth afternoon jacket, 1895  From the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Back view of afternoon jacket House of Worth (French, Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1895 Culture: French Medium: silk, beads.

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