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1916, America - Wedding dress by Lucile, Chicago - Organdy, Chantilly lace, satin, Valenciennes lace, whale bone, crepe chiffon

Circa 1916 silk satin wedding dress with silk flowers and Chantilly lace detailing by Lucile Ltd.

Cream & duck-egg blue, perfect for winter promenading

Victorian silk evening dress with feather detailing by R. White & Company [American], c. 1885 {back view}

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912  Go Back November 13, 2013 - NYC New York City Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt w/ velvet hem band, B 36", W 28", L 63"-73".

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912 New York City. Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt with velvet hem band

Ball gown belonging to V. V. Karakhan. Made by Callot Soeurs, Paris. 1911-13. Chiffon, satin, sequins, galloon, beads, metallic lace. Collection of State Hermitage Museum.

Ball gown belonging to V. V. Karakhan. Made by Callot Soeurs, Paris. 1911-13. Chiffon, satin, sequins, galloon, beads, metallic lace. Collection of State Hermitage Museum.

Ivory silk bengaline wedding gown, French, 1860. Open V-neck...

Ivory silk bengaline wedding gown, French, Open V-neck boned back lacing bodice with points, short sleeves with lace on net bell, trimmed with bands of satin ribbon & lined in muslin. wide train with applied hem band of Van Dyke.

1914 evening gown. Cream satin and blue chiffon.

Short-sleeved cream and blue chiffon bodice with V-neck and V-back, trimmed with bands of blue satin, silver metallic cord and crystal beaded fringe and silk flowers.

pink chiffon! This would be an ideal dress in white with less poof and a lower neckline

1950 CHIFFON DRESS - not actually a wedding dress but I think it would make a really beautiful one.

A never before seen dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria is now on display in the Victoria Revealed exhibition at Kensington Palace.  The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the 1850s by the wife John Gregory Crace.

A never before seen dress made for and worn by Queen Victoria. The cream silk satin dress, with intricate embroidery, was given to the young Queen in the by the wife John Gregory Crace.

gdfalksen: “Dress “1910 Hungary Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest ” ” Or you know, we could keep the post intact so it leads back to my blog

Dress, Jozsef Girardi, Budapest, Silk satin and tulle embroidered with faux pearls and gold sequins. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest

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