victorian wedding gowns photos

Wedding gown worn by Princess Charlotte of Wales, June 1816 - silver lama [lamé] on net, over a silver tissue slip, embroidered at the bottom with silver lama in shells and flowers. Body and sleeves to match, elegantly trimmed with point Brussels lace.

c. 1825 riding habit, Rijksmuseum

ornamentedbeing: “ Rok (b) van donkergroen laken, slepend en met veel extra ruimte voor het rijden met een dameszadel, anoniem, ca. 1825 (www.nl) I’m not sure I believe the date but I’ll go with it. Museums have so much on their hands, I.

1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania in The dress is made of silk satin, silk tulle with cotton and paper faux flowers.

ornamentedbeing: 1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania in The dress is made of silk satin, silk tulle with cotton and paper faux flowers. Held at FIDM.

1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania. Elisabeth's wedding dress shows the emergence of the bustle era. The flounces and over-skirt belong to the crinoline era. "The dress is made of silk satin, silk tulle with cotton and paper faux flowers." (via Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising - Los Angeles, California USA).

ornamentedbeing: 1869 wedding gown of Elisabeth of Wied, Queen Consort of Romania in The dress is made of silk satin, silk tulle with cotton and paper faux flowers. Held at FIDM.

House of Worth, Velvet & Lace Dress Worn by Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Paris, 1890s.

1880 Dress worn by Empress Marie Feodorovna. This dress worn by Maria Feodorovna has puffed sleeves and highly repetitive patterned lace.

1908 ___ Dress (Ball Gown) ___ Silk, cotton, glass & metallic thread ___ American ___ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ___ photo 2

Ball gown (side view) Date: ca. 1908 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, glass, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 56 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

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Early 1908 wedding dress of ivory silk satin and with a sprig of artificial orange blossom. The dress is covered with matching net. Applied silk rouleau in swooping and elongated Art Nouveau scrolls.

Couture Millinery Atelier.: Before There Was Chanel, There Was Lamanova. Court dress by Russian haute couturière, Mme Lamanova, for Empress Alexandra Fedorovna Romanov.

Dress of Tsarina Alexandra Romanov.Lamanova - one of the most influential designer of her time. Designer to Her Majesty Empress of Russia Alexandra Romanov and the Ladies of her Court

Evening dress, 1805–10, French. Cotton, metallic thread. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. (More pictures of this dress are available on the museum's website.)

Evening dress Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 76 in. cm) Credit Line: Museum Accession Accession Number:

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