10 dress Silk 19th century ideas

19th century evening dress, 1860s, 1870s, civil war, romanticism period

19th century evening dress 1860s 1870s civil war | Etsy Evening gown, tailored by European (French) fashion trends, middle of the 19th century (1860s-1870s). Sewed according to the image from old French fashion magazine. Such fashion was during the US Civil War. Costume includes: – Pure silk dress gown, which consists of skirt and bodice. – Pure silk corset, with plastic and metallic bones, cotton lining, and busk fastener on the front. – White cotton chemise, tailored according to the historical pattern. – Crinoline with rings. – Crinoline petticoat with ruffles. Also this costume can include separately: – Woman cotton trousers with lace. – Cotton corset cover with lace. – Cotton under corset cover. Each item is available for ordering separately. If you have any questions or would like to place an order or custom order, please write us!


19th century evening dress, 1860s, 1870s, civil war, romanticism period

19th century evening dress 1860s 1870s civil war | Etsy Evening gown, tailored by European (French) fashion trends, middle of the 19th century (1860s-1870s). Sewed according to the image from old French fashion magazine. Such fashion was during the US Civil War. Costume includes: – Pure silk dress gown, which consists of skirt and bodice. – Pure silk corset, with plastic and metallic bones, cotton lining, and busk fastener on the front. – White cotton chemise, tailored according to the historical pattern. – Crinoline with rings. – Crinoline petticoat with ruffles. Also this costume can include separately: – Woman cotton trousers with lace. – Cotton corset cover with lace. – Cotton under corset cover. Each item is available for ordering separately. If you have any questions or would like to place an order or custom order, please write us!


Gauze dress, ca. 1826-1827

Gauze dress, ca. 1826-1827 | White plain cotton gauze dress | Flickr White plain cotton gauze dress with yellow embroidery (A) and yellow silk shoulder brace (B). Dress with high waist, scoop neck, long sleeves with puffed shoulder, hem with 5 tucks alternating with embroidered wool sprigs, yellow silk bands at cuffs. Braces: yellow silk taffeta shoulder brace with tabs alternating on each side. As the 19th century progressed, the high waistline of the first decade began its descent to the natural waistline. At the same time the sleeves became fuller and the skirt began to widen. By the mid-1820s, the first leg of mutton sleeve of the century appeared as in this dress. English, attributed, ca. 1826-1827. Cotton gauze/silk. Silverman/Rodgers Collection, KSUM 1983.1.31ab.




F&T at Bowes Museum on

Dress of purple silk with a fitted bodice, high waistline, and narrow shoulders. Made by a travelling tailor in 1837-8. #FashionFriday @TheBowesMuseumpic.twitter.com/Mj3wpvCp0z “Dress of purple silk with a fitted bodice, high waistline, and narrow shoulders. Made by a travelling tailor in 1837-8. #FashionFriday @TheBowesMuseum”


1860s victorian day dress

1860s victorian day dress | Etsy Only for costumer order this is a Victorian 1860 day dress, suitable for a day reception or for an afternoon courtesy visit. blue moire jacket with metal gray silk profiles. Embroidery and applications in silk thread. light blouse with small rouche tulle. wide skirt in moire blu with blue faille edge. profiles of gray silk. It can be realized in any size and color. It made entirely with artisan method. Warning: the crinoline is not included in the price.


Brown Floral Printed Cotton Dress, 1825-1835 – Lot 217 $920

Figured Iridescent Silk Dress, 1835-1840 – Whitaker Auctions Love the crossover bodice See more




Gown, 1805-1815, textile: English; garment: American

Woman’s back-fastening gown made from a shot or changeable plain weave silk (with a blue warp and a peach weft). This simple intersection of the yarn binding created a dynamic visual effect to an otherwise plain textile. The garment’s construction features a square neckline, high waistline, and detachable long sleeves. Basted onto the dress, the straight-cut sleeve extensions provided a more formal daytime garment. When removed, the garment became an evening gown suitable for a or ball or gat… See more


LOT 548 FIGURED SILK DAY DRESS, LATE 1840s. – whitakerauction

1-piece chestnut silk having fan-front bodice, long padded and collared sleeve with button detail, back closure with self bows, full skirt with gauged gathers and buckram hem band, polished cotton underskirt. B-34, W-24, L-55. (Scattered fade marks) good. $600


Two Tone Silk Bustle Dress embellish detail tt

Two Tone Silk Bustle Dress embellish detail tt | I mean, rea | Flickr I mean, really. All the pleats and the contrast, though subtle, of the two colors…plus the textures of the creamy stripe and the dove color…perfection!




Dr Kate Strasdin on

“A hint of #Tudor influence at the shoulders of this #1880s afternoon dress, a slash of silk allowing the contrasting pattern to appear. The bustle displays the striped silk as well, a foil to the rich green blue….@AugustaAuction #fashionhistory”