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House of Worth, 1930-35 Mounted photograph of a close-up portrait of Mme Claude Bouilloux Lafont wearing a high cowl necked crêpe wedding dress, and a feathered headdress and tulle veil. Fashion Museum Bath

House of Worth, Mounted photograph of a close-up portrait of Mme Claude Bouilloux Lafont wearing a high cowl necked crêpe wedding dress, and a feathered headdress and tulle veil.

House of Worth, c 1900. Cream and pink silk opera cloak with lace and chiffon collar. Worn by Mary Chamberlain. Fashion Museum Bath.

House of Worth, c Cream and pink silk opera cloak with lace and chiffon collar. Worn by Mary Chamberlain.

House of Worth, 1890s Bodice of cream and pale blue silk, warp printed in a rosebud design Worn by Mary Chamberlain Carnegie Fashion Museum Bath

House of Worth, Bodice of cream and pale blue silk, warp printed in a rosebud design Worn by Mary Chamberlain Carnegie Fashion Museum Bath

Bias-Cut Evening Dress (image 2) | House of Paquin | France; Paris | 1937-1938 | chiffon, beads | Kerry Taylor Auctions | June 14, 2016

Bias-Cut Evening Dress (image 2) | House of Paquin | France; Paris | 1937-1938 | chiffon, beads | Kerry Taylor Auctions | June 14, 2016

Fashion Design of a dropped waist, sleeveless draped evening dress. House of Paquin, 1928.  Fashion Museum Bath

Fashion Design of a dropped waist, sleeveless draped evening dress. House of Paquin, Fashion Museum Bath

House of Worth, 1933 Photograph mounted on cream card of the Baronne de Rochefort-Sirieyx in a satin wedding dress. The dress has a V-neckline and smocking at the shoulders and leg-of-mutton sleeves. She wears a plaited headdress with a veil of late 19th/early 20th century mixed Brussels Duchesse lace. Fashion Museum Bath

Baronne de Rochefort wearing a lace wedding veil, Photograph from the Worth Archive, Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council. Going vintage can be a great way to add personality to your wedding!

Grey silk satin and velvet day dress, trimmed with cream needle-run silk net Worth of Paris, 1891 Worn by Mary Chamberlain Fashion Museum Bath

Worth day dress worn by Mary Endicott, Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain in a portrait by John Everett Millais, 1890

Evening dress, Worth, 1903. Pale yellow satin with oak leaf embroidery in white silk cord and cream chenille, net inserts. Worn by Mary Curzon. Fashion Museum Bath.

Evening dress, Worth, Pale yellow satin with oak leaf embroidery in white silk cord and cream chenille, net inserts. Worn by Mary Curzon.

House of Worth, Silk Taffeta Wrapper with Hydrangea Blossom Print. Paris, c. 1900. (View 2)

Bertha's wrapper House of Worth, Silk Taffeta Wrapper with Hydrangea Blossom Print.

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