Dress 1812 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

spacebuns: “fashionsfromhistory: “ Mourning Dress British MET ” mourning as in i would put this on every morning of my life ”

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

Dress, American, 1815–20. Silk satin and linen lining with silk tape  - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Dress, American, Silk satin and linen lining with silk tape - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Dinner Dress, c. 1820. Late Regency era. Here, it is evident that the fashionable waistline is returning to the natural position.

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

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.

Court Dress and Train owned by Empress Josephine.

Court dress and train owned by Empress Josephine, First Empire From the Chateau de Malmaison Costume Collection app: “ "This court outfit, sumptuously embroidered with lotus flowers in cannetille,.

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.

March 1812  Walking Dress.  A spencer of blue silk, with facings, collar, wings, and cuffs of plush to match. --A bonnet composed of silk and velvet, to agree in color with the spencer.--Feather, the same.    Evening Dress  An evening dress of pink silk, either flowered or plain, trimmed with crape of the same color, and ornamented with small white buttons.--Cap of velvet and lace, trimmed with footing and a flower.

The Lady's Magazine, March 1812 - Walking Dress. A spencer of blue silk, with…

Evening dress, Metz & Co. (retailer, Dutch) ca. 1924. Silk, metallic yarn, glass beads, compound weave. Textile by Liberty of London. Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Vintage Fashion: A stylish black and green geometric flapper style dress embellished with glass beads and metallic yarn. Designer: Liberty of London, Inc.

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