Vintage Evening Dresses

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Tea gown, House of Rouff, Paris, circa Ivory woven silk damask embroidered… Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Tea, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Era, Mode Baroque

Tea gown, House of Rouff, Paris, ca. 1900. Ivory woven silk damask embroidered with glass, metal thread, and beads and purl. Decorated with chain-stitch embroidered net. From the back, a long pleat of lace drops from neck to hem in a style known as the Watteau pleat. Embroidered front panel probably made in India. Victoria & Albert Museum

Ensemble Date: ca. 1798 Culture: probably European Medium: cotton, silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn and Alice L. Vestidos Vintage, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Dresses, Victorian Gothic, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Lolita, Gothic Fashion

Ensemble | probably European | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Bloom: Fashion's Spring Gardens," March 30, 1995–August 20, 1995.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Waist Not," March 30, 1994–August 21, 1994.The Metropolitan Museum of Art

fripperiesandfobs: Worth evening dress, late From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev - would be nice to reverse engineeer to 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Vogue, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Clothing, Vintage Hats, Beautiful Gowns

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fripperiesandfobs: Worth evening dress, late 1900’s From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev

Evening dress Date: ca. 1815 Culture: probably French Medium: Silk, glass, synthetic Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The . 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Historical Costume, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits

Evening dress | probably French | The Met

Evening dress Date: ca. 1815 Culture: probably French Medium: Silk, glass, synthetic

Dinner Dress Drécoll, 1912 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Belle Epoque, Style Édouardien, Couture Vintage

House of Drécoll | Dinner dress | Austrian | The Met

Drécoll was founded in 1896 by Christoff von Drécoll in Vienna, Austria where he designed fashions for the Imperial family of Austria. In 1902, a couture house was opened in Paris and run by Monsieur and Madame Besancon de Wagner

Designer:House of Drécoll Culture:French Medium:silk, rhinestones Credit Line:Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the estate of Mrs. William H. Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion

House of Drécoll | Evening dress | French | The Met

Drécoll was founded in 1896 by Christoff von Drécoll in Vienna, Austria where he designed fashions for the Imperial family of Austria. In 1902, a couture house was opened in Paris and run by Monsieur and Madame Besancon de Wagner

Evening dress, by the House of Worth, ca. 1902 Evening dress, by the House of Worth, ca. 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Era, Gothic Fashion, Old Dresses, Trendy Dresses, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing

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Evening dress, by the House of Worth, ca. 1900. Metropolitan Museum of Art