Another mourning gown. I like the embroidered detailing on this dress and the use of different fabrics, like the satin at the waist and the silk/organza fabric.
This Victorian-era ensemble (estimated from 1870 to 1872) features the black hue, modest silhouette, and shrouding veil typical of mourning attire at the time
mourning dress ca. 1902-1904 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mourning ensemble by L Monney, 1907 US, the Museum at FIT Black silk…
1890-1893 formal day dress, probably half-mourning, by designer Sara Mayer & A. Morhanger (Paris France). via The Victoria & Albert Museum.
Absolutely stunning 1910-1912 Half mourning dress by Lucile (Victoria and Albert Museum) | I'd seen this dress before and didn't realize it was a mourning dress. Looks so chic!
1877 bodice back - Mourning dress in two pieces (bodice and long skirt) in faille silk embroidered black color on color. Decorative lacing on schiana. ____ (translated from Italian by Google)
Edwardian street style: Astonishing amateur images which capture the fashion of women in London and Paris over a century ago By Mail On Sunday Reporter
Sissi Mourning Dress
A Victorian mourning dress from the late 1800s. The wearer would have been past the fist stage of mourning when shiny fabrics like taffeta were not allowed.