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Tartan boots 18601865 I39d love to see the dresses she wore these

Tartan boots 18601865 I39d love to see the dresses she wore these


Tartan boots, 1860-1865

Except for the waistline (Winnie is.more "substantial"), this is the kind of dress Winnie would have worn.

White jaconet muslin dress, dated 1860s, Danish, National Museet collection: 29/1937. Site in Danish.

heimers is kicking in on this one, but I love the loud plaid and it would be a marvy dress if you took off those awful sleeves! Plaid silk dress, British, ...

"The straw embroidery on this dress makes it particularly spectacular worn over a crinoline," from the Vienna Museum.

Evening dress ca. From the ROYAL ARMORY AND HALLWYL MUSEUM. >> Beautiful This dress seriously reminds me of the pink dress from Disney's Cinderella! I ...

Would love to dress like this one time. I swear I was meant to be born in a different era. Brocade ballgown, 1855 Historical Fashion Victorian - Crinoline ...

Dress, silk, American, 1860-65 Typically seen on teens/younger women

Silk taffeta plaid day dress, c. 1854, auctioned in Spring 2008.

Sarah Maria Wright wore this dress for her marriage to Daniel Neal on 27 July 1841

silk trim with black velvet trim - believe K. Krewer owns this one

A full length view of a mid 19th century 'arsenic green' dress. Eleanor Keene

Cotton - unclear if this is original or reproduction. I want a trek dress like this

So, I made a sacque. This wasn& my first one. I made this purple sacque and petti outfit a long time ago. Five years ago, in fact (how is .

unsure of the date of this dress, but it looks similar to pre-civil war.

Robe en deux parties, France, 1860-1865 Faille, biais de satin Coll

1860-64, American, cotton. metmuseum

This how I LOVE my Night gowns! ///Nightgown 1905 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

historicalfashion: “ Black heeled boots with gold, Shoe-Icons, c. “ I am enamored with the darling heart detail on the bottom of these gorgeous boots .

The dress that Madame Bartholomé wore for the sitting of Dans la serre by Albert Bartholomé.

This coat is a nice example of special occasion children's attire, expressing the style of

Circa 1867 Blue Silk Dress via the Met Museum.

Items like this Norman Hartnell gown worn by The Queen for the opening of the New Zealand parliament, during a Commonwealth visit 1963 features

Circa 1860-1865 green and white gingham check hand-sewn cotton dress, via

... costumes like this. See more. 1861 Plaid cape Godey's Magazine - civil war era fashion

1890's - Gold button boot: Swedish or German

tea dress, lace 1912 (I like TEA.but I do wonder what a WINE dress looks like!

Deadly in green:Emerald green dress ca. 1860-1865. Green achieved by using highly toxic dye called Sche ele's Green. Invented@1775 by Carl Wilhelm Scheele ...

Lovely plaid dress with really full sleeves & undersleeves; solid sleeve caps that extend to bodice center like low lapels and a wonderful hat!

Wedding Boots 1865

Shoe-Icons / Shoes / Lady's canvas pumps with very high back lacing through seven metal eyelets. Low knock on heel / France,

I love the delicacy of this Edwardian dress made by Jeanne Hallee in 1912.

1950's Chantilly Lace - I know this is more classy than "over the top"

Evening dress, circa 1860-1865. Mauve silk taffeta edged with embroidered ivory velvet

1860sDress, silk & wool | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art · Tartan DressWool ...

This is a fine example of historic Victorian gowns. Designed in Stewart tartan, for Alexandra, Princess of Wales, she wore it to a ball at Balmoral Castle.

red tudor gown

I went to Clarks today to buy the Orla Keily shoes but they didn't have them at that shop, so I went to Office and bought these instead.

80s vintage Brown Leather Oxfords

Now this one is really old fashioned, but I love this dress, and most

#Inside bodice- I always love to see these pictures cause it helps so much

1860-1865 ca.

the hoop skirt job

"Court dress, 1860 - 1865 at the Victoria and Albert Museum and practically every part of it is made of silk and done by hand." - Some days I wish this were ...

1872 Riding Habit - Metropolitan Museum of Art. Maggie wore a traveling suit much like this on her trip by train. Can you imagine riding a horse in this?

I have fantasies of living in a world where I get to wear dresses like this every day.

Silk yoked bodice - I have to talk Lilly into a yoked bodice like this. Civil War DressPlaid ...

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This would be an example of something from the aesthetic dress movement in the the pattern going down the front is very intricate, similiar to the aesthetic ...

I've worn dresses like this in this lifetime, too!

Circa 1850 coral and green plaid taffeta short-sleeved dress with ruched front bodice and

Dutton and Thorowgood running shoes, 1860-1865. On loan to the BSM from

Original Mid -19th Century Chemise. cotton with gathered yoke flap - good study piece

Scottish Dress: Tweed Kilt Jacket This Scottish jacket would be worn with a kilt or tartan trousers.

This year has so many pretty dress styles! I like this one,

I like these much better than horizontally striped socks.

When I think Prez ball I think ball gown wish we could wear something cool like this

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

(Modista Chavany) Capota de seda, de copa flexible, ala recta, decreciente

Man's striped silk lounge suit, American, ca. 1860.

Boys dress 1860 1865 of bright yellow wool with bright yellow soutache trim.

Mina Harker's gown from Bram Stoker's Dracula??? Twenty years go by and this

1850-60s Cream Cotton Work Dress - closeup- I LOVE the print of this

1850's dress

I want to play with the plaid/stripe in a skirt like this at some point. Maybe with the matching dresses. Charming Burgundy & Tan Stripe Challis Dress As ...

Civil War Southern Belle SASS Ball Gown Dress 32" Bust

Two Piece Plaid Chiffon Evening Gown, 1862 via Palais Galliera

Petticoat ca. via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art “ This petticoat features whimsical eyelet embroidery with birds, the form of which ...

This dress, c was designed by the fashion house, the House of Worth. I love the ballgown style.

These green shoes turned out to be deadly. The were dyed with a copper &

Dress Date: ca. 1858 Culture: American Medium: silk

I want to make a dress like this.Misses Historical Prairie or Pioneer Dress Mia likes one on right

See more. French silk and cotton nightgown late 1930's. I would wear this to bed every single

I would have preferred something like this for Belle's bodice

1879-1880 (made), 1880 (worn) - Pair of wedding boots

1860-1865, wrapper, American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts civil war

authentic 1800's Western vaudville dress | despite the unfortunate styling and a model who doesn'

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Mourning dress (c. 1875) in this period the tradition for wearing black in mourning was extreme and specific, in that one had to wear all black, ...


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Early Victorian Era Fashion Plate - March 1843 Godey's Lady's Book No description for this plate was given in the magazine.

A lovely reproduction sheer dress

1865 French Silk evening dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - If you click the pin, you will see that this is actually an example of a ...

Victorian Dress with Peonies

If I had a million of these in different colors I would never wear pants .

I kind of get a kick out of this one because she looks like a reenactor

I love the different patterns, and I'm pretty sure the skirt is short

1857, America - Wedding waistcoat - Silk damask and cut voided velvet, cotton glazed

Rauh's Standard Bathing Shoes Pair of Woman's Bathing Shoes, circa 1910 LACMA

Civil War uniform pattern picture \ Winchester Sutler (whose patterns are these?)

regency trousers great fabric

1860-1865 Morning dress, American (probably)

Ditta Del-Bono, Dress and Belt, Italian, late to early cotton and silk velvet printed with metallic pigment. I would wear this every day if I had it and ...

1860-1861 Dress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Oh my goodness! I love

1860s very sheer cotton dress with pink stripes. Shirred fan-front (and back

1750 French court dress--Love this look and this era!

See more. JP Worth Ballgown, 1898. I LOVE the textile of this dress! Butterflies were

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