Dress, Germany, ca. 1866. Silk taffeta. Three pieces—skirt, day bodice, and evening bodice. Photo: Marion Mennicken/Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln. Museum of Applied Art, Cologne, via Kulturelles Erbe Koeln
Victorian and Earlier Fashion
1912 Zwei Gesellschaftskleider | Lenning, Gertrud
vier Abend- und Gesellschaftskleider<br/> Modezeichnung für die "BZ am Mittag", 15. Januar 1921
1920s - Women's Fashion - Illustrations & Drawings
The Laced Angel: The Lattice Gown, Part 1 (Her stunning gown is inspired by an 1862 Danish fashion plate - the completed ensemble is spot on!)
*~ Fairytales ~*
Coat, 1820s - sometimes called a Garrick or coachman's coat - love the many capes This particular garment was made for a WOMAN! INFOl View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30 ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Description View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30, designed for a female wearer but apparently derived from a coachman's coat. From the Snowshill Collection at Berrington Hall. -- THIS PHOTO FROM http://www.ntprints.com/image/347004/view-of-a-wool-caped-coat-c-1820-30
Circa 1855 dress via the National Swiss Museum. Great sleeves!
Victorian gown reproduction from 1873, silk and beetle wing embroidery. Costume made by Angela Mombers, picture by Henk van Rijssen
Civil war dresses
1862-1864 dress. Purchase from Mrs. Charles Stirling Whiteside, © McCord Museum.
From the Met Museum, these are exquisite! From c.1858! Love the tea bodice in the back, and this green silk creation in the front is breathtaking!
Willowbrook - costumes