Dress  1823  The Philadelphia Museum of Art  Beautyful thing!

Antique Measurements: That waist is how big?!

Woman's Dress, Belt, and Sleeves American. 1823 Striped silk plain weave Philadelphia Museum of Art

Dress, made of silk, 1818, British

1818 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Catharine Breyer Van Bomel Foundation Fund, 1981 Accession Number: Dress

One of my favourite military-inspired pieces: Spencer, Underbodice and Skirt | KCI | c. 1815

Regency Spencer jacket, skirt of red cut velvet with piping and wrapped buttons in hussar style and silk satin underbodice, c. about 1815

Dinner Dress    1820s    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1820 Dinner Dress, silk/cotton ikat stripe, British Love the bodice tucks and bands at sleeves and hem

1810s dress

Living with Jane: Historical Sew Fortnightly: Challenge Eastern Infulence and The Jane Austen Festival

Such a lovely back drape, stripped fabric and the back bodice detail. Object Name  Dress  Date  ca. 1802

1802 Culture: Spanish Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: (bodice) Length at CB: 6 in. cm) (skirt) Length at CB: 43 in.

DigitaltMuseum - Antrekk

Digitalt Museum - Antrekk Made in Norway, silk lined with linen fabric in plain weave. Diagram of pattern pieces included!

1815 Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1815 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Colle.

Dress 1815 American - back view  Met Museum

From 1810 to 1820 dresses became slightly more structured with padded hems and firmer fabrics, such as twills and even some taffeta. Soft colors returned to fashion after a absence.

Vestido “camisa”   Neoclasicismo, ca. 1805  Vestido en tafetán de algodón, en color blanco, guarnecido con una aplicación de bordado a punto de cadeneta que dibuja motivos florales polícromos salpicados por toda la superficie. Largo, con escote redondo en el delantero y talle debajo del pecho. La manga, muy larga, se abre en forma de embudo en la bocamanga.  MT000595

Vestido “camisa” Neoclasicismo, ca. 1805 Vestido en tafetán de algodón, en color blanco, guarnecido con una aplicación de bordado a punto de cadeneta que dibuja motivos florales polícromos salpicados por toda la superficie. Largo, con escote redondo en el delantero y talle debajo del pecho. La manga, muy larga, se abre en forma de embudo en la bocamanga. MT000595

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