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c 1800 White cotton gauze dress embroidered with bouquet pattern at bodice front and hem. Kyoto Fashion Institute item wish I had this for my wedding dress

philadelphia museum of art dress 1820 | Evening Dress 1817 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

made in France silk and wool gauze with silk satin, iron floral pailettes, silk embroidery, glass beads, silk cording Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Evening Dress

~Dress Date: ca. 1820 Culture: British Medium: silk~

British silk dress circa 1820 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Note the sleeves, (waist a little lower than most Regency dresses)

ephemeral-elegance:  Whitework Embroidered Spangled Evening Dress, ca. 1810 via Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest   What an odd front on this gown! Lace-up fronts on bodices are not something that you see all the time during this era, particularly not the way this is done, which gives the effect of a Georgian stomacher. The heavy-duty hardware used instead of eyelets is also quite interesting; it looks very weighty, and very chunky in comparison to the thin cord used to lace the bodice…

Collection: Textile and Costume Collection Date: ca. 1810 Place of production: Hungary Materials silk fabric Techniques embroidered in silk thread Museum of Applied Arts