Stunning train

cerca 1882 Wedding Bustle Gown of Ivory Satin with Pearls and Silk Confetti fringe, back-lacing & long train!

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Victorian Dress - c. 1880 Wedding Gown of Ivory Silk Satin Trimmed in Silk Floss Fringe! Gown with Extreme Long Pointed Bodice!

Wedding dress ca. 1880. Silk. Bustled skirt with train. Rijksmuseum: There was a great fondness for excessive use of fabric around 1880, both in fashion and in interiors. In the latter, this was expressed in highly pleated and draped curtains and seating. Click through for larger pic.

Silk Wedding dress, circa Bustled skirt with train. Rijksmuseum: There was a great fondness for excessive use of fabric around both in fashion and in interiors.

M.A. Connelly Wedding Ensemble, Met Museum, 1887-1889 (side view)

Wedding ensemble Designer: M. Connelly Date: Culture: American Medium: silk, glass, cotton, linen, leather

ca.1875-1880 Tea Gown ,Medium Silk moire. With ecru cotton lace trim.

The teagown was intended to be worn at home while greeting receiving people. As with most other century garments it did not require the wearer to don a corset underneath. This level of comfort was only permissible in one's own home

Reception gown (or costume), Mme Ed. E. Thomé, ca. 1880; silk    Metropolitan Museum of Art 1998.271a, b; Gift of Richard Martin    Victorian fashion always contained some kind of historicizing element, and in the 1880s fashion’s focus was on the eighteenth century.  The pleats on the back of this dress are reminiscent of the sack back of a robe à la française, as are the lacy engageants; the pleated trim is a replica of that found on many historical gowns; and the compère front, with the…

Reception gown (or costume), Mme Ed. Thomé, ca. silk Metropolitan Museum of Art b; Gift of Richard Martin Victorian fashion always contained some kind of historicizing element, and in the fashion’s focus was on the eighteenth century.

Wedding ensemble Date: ca. 1885 Culture: American Medium: silk, glass, leather Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: b

Wedding ensemble from 1885.  Beautiful ivory silk gown trimmed in every imaginable frill possible:  lace, glass pearls, ruffles, bustle & train.  Wow!
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