Evening dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Art of Fashion," October 23, 1967–January 1, 1968.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "From The Age Of Louis XV To The Age Of Worth," April 21, 1961–April 1962
1860s Green ball gown belonging to Queen Louise of Denmark, (Nationalmuseet - København, Denmark) | Grand Ladies
This dress features a bertha of sheer material of a complimentary color and a bodice ending with a vee on front and back.
Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Dress | European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Vanity Fair: A Treasure Trove from the Costume Institute," December 15, 1977–September 3, 1978.Saint Louis Art Museum. "Vanity Fair: Four Centuries of Fashion from The Metropolitan Museum of Art," February 3, 1979–April 1, 1979
Original, Revival, or Costume?
You’d think it would be easy to recognize a true costume when you see one, like our famous friend here. However, in the world of historical dress/costuming it’s not so clear-cut. And wh…
Girl's formal evening dress with sash, 1867
Yup, it's a 67. It's also a House of Worth. Sue me after looking at it. Girl's formal evening dress with sash Charles Fred...
Afternoon dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The female silhouette of the middle of the 19th century consisted of a fitted corseted bodice and wide full skirts. The conical skirts developed between the 1830s, when the high waist of the Empire silhouette was lowered and the skirts became more bell shaped, to the late 1860s, when the fullness of the skirts were pulled to the back and the bustle developed