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Reception gown, Josephine H. Egan, New York, ca. 1875. Silk. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Tokyo

Dated 1882 by owner. "Tages(Eislauf)kleid. Braunes Tuch entweder mit Pelz oder Plüsch, Litzenverzierung" ~= Winter day dress in a brown cloth with a furred edge and cord trimmings. Mehr

Two-Piece Day Ensemble, c. 1882-85. Smith College Historic Costume Collection

Late 1860's. With the skirt we are starting to see that change from the Crinoline Period to the Bustle Period. This is seen with the emphasis on the back rather then a full completely circular skirt.

Dress, probably Japanese, ca. 1887. Silk, silk satin, figured silk velvet. Chrysanthemum pattern. As part of Japan's "Europeanization" policy, women were encouraged to wear Western-style clothing, although the sash on this dress is distinctly reminiscent of the obi. Bunka Costume Museum

1880 silk taffeta striped dress, reproduction, made for a Living History event 'Der Kaiser kommt'.

Day dress, British, ca. 1872. This is an example of a "Dolly Varden dress," named after a character in Dickens's Barnaby Rudge. The style signifies a brightly patterned, usually flowered, dress with a polonaise overskirt gathered up and draped over a separate underskirt. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

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Riding ensemble, French, ca.1905, silk, metal thread embroidery. Heavily influenced by the fabulous frock coats of the 18thC, as seen in the embroidery, pocket flaps and upturned cuffs. The fit of the jacket at the shoulders and waist give it away as not belonging to the 18thC. The Met