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Day dress, England, ca. 1867. Heavy, iridescent silk moiré, satin, and taffeta, with fringe, in vivid blue from new synthetic dyes. Skirt shape exhibits the transition from round hoop skirts to bustles. On display at the Fashion Museum in Ludwigsburg Castle, near Stuttgart.

Late With the skirt we are starting to see the 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.

ca. 1825-1835, Tageskleid aus Musselin und Seide, Verschluss vorn durch Haken und Ösen. Laut Quelle entweder getragen von Elizabeth Marsden, die mit einer Armlähmung zu kämpfen hatte, oder von ihrer Tochter als Schwangerschaftskleid.

Dress Worn by Elizabeth Marsden from Australia, 1830 Australian Dress Register, Powerhouse Museum “ Elizabeth and Samuel Marsden married at Holy Trinity church in Hull, Yorkshire, on 21 April

Dress (image 1) | Emile Pingat | 1885 | French; Paris | silk, cotton |  Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.628a, b

Dress (image 1) | Emile Pingat | 1885 | French; Paris | silk, cotton | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.628a, b

Design Inspiration.

Design Inspiration.

Circa 1845 Mourning dress, American, via Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Circa 1845 Mourning dress, American, via Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Marie-Jeanne-Baptiste de Savoie " Mademoiselle de Nemours", duchesse de Savoie, Trouvain Antoine  - Versailles, châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon

Marie-Jeanne-Baptiste de Savoie " Mademoiselle de Nemours", duchesse de Savoie, Trouvain Antoine - Versailles, châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon