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Alternative and Period Inspired Wedding Dresses
Isn't this just beautiful? The corseted elizabethan-shaped bodice was constructed in an elaborate brocade, embellished with further beading and faux fur. The main skirt was in a deep cream silk, opening at the front to show a brocade panel, enhanced with pearls.
Frances Cleveland’s Skirt and Bodices
Frances Cleveland’s Skirt and Bodices "The original floral chine skirt and peach velvet bodice were probably made around 1895 by the House of Doucet of Paris. The floral bodice was created later from fabric taken out of the skirt. Baltimore dressmaker Lottie M. Barton made the green velvet bodice."
Rate the Dress: Velvet & Roses in the late 1880s - The Dreamstress
Evening ensemble with matching bonnet, French, c. 1890 silk velvet tambour embroidered in rose blossom pattern, gold beadwork on cloth of gold collar & bodice appliques, stamped 'A. Felix Brevete 15 Faub. St. Honore Paris', Augusta Auctions
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YOUNG LADY'S SEA SIDE ENSEMBLE, c. 1880 3-piece, skirt, bodice & belt, all in blue chambray trimmed w/ ivory eyelet bands: skirt w/ apron front, hem ruffle & 5 ruffles over bustle back; fitted blouse, front thread woven buttons, band collar; eyelet belt w/ huge chambray back bow, B 30", W 20", Skirt L 52", (couple tiny holes, brown discoloration on chambray) very good; t/w 1 red & white striped cotton shirt waist, excellent. Brooklyn Museum