Dress Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: silk Accession Number: 1971.47.1a, b

heimers is kicking in on this one, but I love the loud plaid and it would be a marvy dress if you took off those awful sleeves! Plaid silk dress, British, ca.

1810 ca. Cotton Dress. High waisted, low squared neckline, short puffed sleeves, cotton plain weave ( mull), embroidered with lengthwise silver strips. mfa.org suzilove.com

1810 ca. High waisted, low squared neckline, short puffed sleeves, cotton plain weave ( mull), embroidered with lengthwise silver strips.

Costume designed by Patrice Chauchetier for Catherine Sauval in...Leo Burckart, 1819

Costume designed by Patrice Chauchetier for Catherine Sauval in... (Fripperies and Fobs)

Costume designed by Patrice Chauchetier for Catherine Sauval in the 1996 production of Gerard de Nerval’s Leo Burckart. From the Centre National du Costume de Scene.

Dress, ca. 1820, American, cotton. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2009.300.782)

American, cotton, The MET This historical dress served as inspiration for a muslins designed for Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, who collected and used historical fashions as the muse for her own dresses.

Dress: ca. 1800-1810, silk, linen. OPEN FASHION ID 32032

OPEN FASHION ID There's a name for this type of fabric and what it's doing in the light!

Visiting ensemble, American ca 1818, silk (Metropolitan Museum)

Visiting ensemble Date: ca. 1818 Culture: American Medium: silk Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1980 Accession Number: b

The Sunflower's Scribbles: Women's Fashion, 1790s-1800s

Gown - (Fashion Museum, Bath) A couple of alterations and minus the feather turban, I would so wear this now!

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