Two-piece dress, 1870. Pale blue silk. Bodice has button-down front with tiny dark blue crocheted buttons. Longer in back & pleated at side hips. Pleated pocket on side. Bustle skirt with draping and shirring. Slit up front to show ruffles and pleating of alternating shades of blue. Bright red silk trim around jacket, pocket, collar, sleeve edges, & ruffles. Fabric rosettes. Blue silk fringe at bodice & bustle. Towson Univ. Dep't of Theater Arts loooove the colors
Evening gown, ca. 1910-14. Gold damask with blue chiffon sash and gold florets. Bodice has beaded fringe. Kerry Taylor Auctions
Evening gown, ca. 1910-14. Gold damask with blue chiffon sash and gold florets. Bodice has beaded fringe. Kerry Taylor Auctions by SayaValentine on Indulgy.com
1910 - 1913 Evening dresses worn by Maud | Grand Ladies
The bodices of both dresses appear to arise in back, well below the shoulders, rising to just below the bust (l.) or just above the bust's maximum.
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