I love this photo. It contrasts very nicely. All the browns and greens and blacks go together perfectly. Her skin is absolutely flawless. Her lips give her face a nice contrast as well. It's all very clear and has sharp lines. The model must've posed, but it looks good. Very nice.
22 jan. 1865 - La Mode Illustrée - Berthe à manches
Olga Charlotte, Gräfin zu Solms-Teckelburg, by Eduard Robert Bary, circa 1860 | In the Swan's Shadow
Vintage Hand Coloured Print - Journal des Demoiselles - Evening dress, 1860
1868. Ball-dress of champagne gros de tours and Chantilly lace. From the Gemeente Museum den Haag, but the origin of the dress may be France.
Would love to dress like this one time... I swear I was meant to be born in a different era. Brocade ballgown, 1855 Historical Fashion Victorian - Crinoline (1840-1870) by Julia Dalton
1865 Portrait of Countess Anna von Hallwyl by Boutibonne. Dress is by W. W. Ullberg & Comp.
à faire faire
Dark Garden Owner and Master Corsetier Autumn Adamme in her Alexandra Corset
inspiration, but weird - looks like a painting of what someone thought it would look like