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Dress, 1820. [This is possible a half-mourning for the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817.]

Dress, [This is possible a half-mourning for the death of Princess Charlotte in

Tea Gown Liberty & Co., 1885. The Artistic dress had its roots in mid-Victorian England, where Pre-Raphaelite artists, with their love of things medieval, and disdain of industrialized society, revived a version of the loose fitting, relatively plain gowns of that time. Its successor, Aesthetic dress, drew from the same design, but not philosophical.

Circa 1885 silk Tea gown, by Liberty of London. Tea gown, 1886 -- [the Victorian woman's idea of designer sweats].

Two-piece walking dress in wine-colored faille, Italian manufacture, c. 1900, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

I like the stronger colors. I need to figure out a way for her to look older and more worldly than Cecily, color is good. Day dress ca. 1900 From the Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti via Europeana Fashion

Two-piece dress (skirt and bodice), 1886. Silk crêpe de chine bodice with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay. Abiti Antichi

Two-piece dress (skirt and bodice) ~ 1886 ~ Silk crêpe de chine bodice with blue velvet trim. Skirt in ivory silk with blue velvet inlay ~ Abiti Antichi

Dinner dress, Mrs. Clow, Banbury, England, ca. 1895. Cream and black lace, silk, sequins, & tulle, all handworked. Pocket in skirt. Back of train has cord with which the wearer could lift & carry it. Antique-Gown

Dinner dress of Mrs. Clow of Banbury, England - ca. 1895 - Cream lace on black silk, with sequins & tulle - all handworked.

Cream silk dress, ca. 1910-12. Silk, lace, beads. Richly embroidered with chrysanthemums. Slightly higher waist, pintucks, asymmetrical skirt. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

~Circa cream dress: silk, lace, and beads. Richly embroidered with chrysanthemums. Slightly higher waist, pintucks, and asymmetrical skirt. Via Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum.

The Story of a Seamstress: 1850s  My dream dress!!! I could so wear this! Mom? Kacy? Hint hint for birthday?:) @Rossella Pogue @Kacy Pogue

Oak leaf dress by House of Worth, copyright of the Fashion Museum in Bath and the NE Somerset Council. The oak leaf dress was created in 1903

Dress, England, ca. 1885. Plain-weave silk with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Dress, England, ca. Plain-weave silk with warp-float & supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin. (The dress Maybelle wears when she first meets her husband)

Two-piece dress, Sweden, 1865. Pink silk moiré with white bobbin lace on machine-made tulle and white silk tulle. Hand- and machine-sewn. Skirt has eight panels. Hallwyl Museum, Sweden -- Reminds me of Cinderella's ballgown before her step sisters ripped it up

Two-piece dress, Sweden, Pink silk moiré with white bobbin lace on machine-made tulle and white silk tulle. Hand- and machine-sewn. Skirt has eight panels. Hallwyl Museum, Sweden -- Reminds me of Cinderella's ballgown before her step sisters ripped it up

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