A stunning two piece gown in green velvet, by Grands Magasins Nouveautés C. Paventa, Rome, c. 1900, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Circa 1900 two-piece dress in green velvet by Grands Magasins Nouveautés C. Paventa, Rome, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

1890s fashion plate

i think i would like the skirt in this kind of stripe.or something like a "bold pinstripe"

Ensemble 1897 The FIDM Museum

Day Gown, P. Barroin (Paris, France): ca. printed dotted Swiss, silk chiffon, silk taffeta and cotton braid.

19th century dinner gown. Remove the poofy sleeves and this would be a thousand times better.

Evening dress People and Brands: Retailer: Joseph Johnson Medium: Persimmon silk satin and ecru lace Date: Country: England Credit: Museum Purchase Object Number:

Historic Costume Collections | & Co. day dress ca. 1898 From the Drexel Historic Costume Collection ...

Oliver & Co. 1898 From the Drexel Historic Costume Collection; Tea Gown Jean-Philippe Worth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Day Dress 1895, American, Made of cotton. From the 1890's on leg O'mutton sleeves were the latest trend. The gored skirts continued to be in vogue and other than the sleeves,the line of the dresses were simple.:

This historic piece displays the 1895 leg-of-mutton sleeve. This sleeve was all the rage after the bustle periods but it was most popular during the This sleeve style contributed to the hourglass silhouette that was desired at this time period in fashion.

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formal day dress, probably half-mourning, by designer Sara Mayer & A. via The Victoria & Albert Museum.

All The Pretty Dresses: 1890s

A Ticker Tape Timeline of Panic: An Costume for Candlelight at Dallas Heritage Village 2014 << Left could be Máire or even Heidi and right could be Lola (French Parisian Heidi met)

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