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1860s - Tartan day dress

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Tartan Satin Dress, mid Courtesy Fashion Museum, Bath & North East Somerset Council, Bath, UK --- now what is this? must investigate further. Very peculiar.

1863 day dress, American, printed wool, silk braid, held at Philadelphia Museum of Art *beautiful fabric colors*

Day dress, ca 1871.   That's a lot of plaid!

Dress 1871 Augusta Auctions (OMG that dress!)

Red tartan plaid silk taffeta dress with green fringe, c. late I still don't care for the silhouette of dresses, but the plaid was too much not to share.

Edwardian 1905- I would so wear this for my wedding gown on my wedding day :)!

Evening Dress: ca. & dress epitomises the elegant feminine fashions of the well-to-do in the Edwardian period, particularly in its use of soft flowing pale silk, extensive use of lace and net, and in the ornate decoration of the bodice.

Dress, American, circa 1868. Alpaca, velvet ribbon, and covered buttons, silk tassels, cotton linen inner bodice, glazed cotton lining, and metal closure. Skirt fastened at left front with most of fullness in inverted box pleats in back, longer in back for train. Trimmed around neck, sleeves, waist, and bottom of skirt with bands of pinkish-red velvet ribbon. Purple silk tassels on sleeves, front, and waistband. Via Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Vintage Fashion: A unique yellow day dress with a full skirt, bands of red velvet ribbon and purple tassels. Circa Photo Credit: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Ball gown, ca. 1875 Charles Frederick Worth (French, born England, 1825–1895) Silk  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Afternoon dress House of Worth 1875 House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca.

TRAJE DE NOCHE EN TAFETAN DE SEDA VERDE 1865

TRAJE DE NOCHE EN TAFETAN DE SEDA VERDE 1865

Dress | European | The Met

I DO LOVE A NICE PLAID! 1857 Culture: European Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edwin R. Metcalf, 1969 Accession Number: b Metropolitan Museum of Art

1860's dinner dress. Taupe plaid silk moiré with pink silk. Only pitfall to this is when spectators who already can't tell us from the Colonials will really think you are Betsy Ross.

Taupe plaid silk moiré with pink silk. Only pitfall to this is when spectators who already can't tell us from the Colonials will really think you are Betsy Ross.

Day dress ca. 1862-64. Blue & brown plaid silk taffeta. High round neckline; whitework collar; blue silk-covered buttons down center front; hidden hook & eye closure at center front; dropped shoulder seam; narrow pagoda sleeves. Skirt has box pleats in front & cartridge pleats in back; brown ribbon appliquéd in geometric design across bodice, at sleeve hem, & along hem of skirt. de Young/Legion of Honor/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Circa blue-and--brown silk taffeta dress with blue silk covered decorative buttons over a hook-and-eye closure. Skirt is box-pleated in front, gauged at back. Brown ribbon forms the geometric pattern. Via De Young Museum.

1885 French silk dress.

Afternoon dress Design House: Augustine Martin & Company Designer: Augustine Martin (French) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 27 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 43 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume

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