1826 Half Dress For Women. Empire Style Gowns and Fitted Headdresses. Prevailing Spring Fashions.Continue reading →
1804-1815 ca. Fawn Dress, Austrian. Empire line dress with beaded embroidery hem.
This dress was part of the exhibition on 1954 October 15th, 1954, on Fine Art of Costuming.Continue reading →
1810 Red Net Evening Dress, British. Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn. Dress of red silk machine-made net, with high waist, low neck and short, slightly gathered sleeves.Continue reading →
1788 Lady’s Mourning Fashion. Late Georgian to early Regency Era.Continue reading →
1800 February Two Winter Afternoon Dresses with plumed headdresses. Gorgeous Regency Fashions. Left: white dress with small train and a red belt, red ribbons form an ‘X’ on each sleeve and hem trimmed with red triangles. Right: wears a long, white, patterned dress with three quarter length sleeves and long yellow above the elbow gloves.Continue reading →
1810 Fawn Cotton Gown, With a train decorated with embroidered flowers. Regency fashion at its prettiest.
via the Dutch Museum.Continue reading →