Mourning ensemble | American | The Met
Black mourning dress reached its peak during the reign of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) of the United Kingdom in the second half of the 19th century. Queen Victoria wore mourning from the death of her husband, Prince Albert (1819-1861), until her own death
Althea Victorian Style Bustle Dress
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Collection | Manchester Art Gallery
1887-1889 Cream tabby weave wool printed w/ sprays of berries in pink, green & blue. 2- piece. Lined w/ white cotton satin. Centre front fastening w/ buttons. Narrow standing collar. **Watch pocket attached to left front at bust level.** Sleeves w/ turn-back cuff stitched to falling cuff & lace. Skirt closes centre back. Draped overskirt edged w/ lace. Pleated band at waist w/ pleated bow centre front. Underskirt w/ channels for boning. Pocket in right side seam.
Two afternoon dresses in printed cotton, ca. 1875. Part of the Jacoba de Jonge collection, which is now owned by the Mode Museum in Antwerp.
Two afternoon dresses in printed cotton, J183, J78, c. 1875, Jacoba de Jonge collection © Jacoba de Jonge. The Jacoba de Jonge collection now becomes part of the permanent collection of the Fashion Museum in Antwerp. This exhibition is a selection from this outstanding collection. MoMu – Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp Nationalestraat 28, BE-2000…
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1875 Summer Dress Medium: cotton, mother of pearl A tartan cotton summer gown in princess-line with mother of pearl buttons, integral pleated skirt, the over skirt caught in a polonaised bustle.
An 1880s Cotton Print Bustle Dress
This article originally appeared on Your Wardrobe Unlock'd. The scaled pattern for the dress is at the end of the article. Museums ar...