Photo 19 Aug 290 notes historicalfashion:

Fontana silk and velvet party dress | Vintage Textile Archives | 1950s

historicalfashion:

Fontana silk and velvet party dress | Vintage Textile Archives | 1950s

Photo 19 Aug 61 notes omgthatdress:

Dress ca. 1910 via Abiti Antichi

omgthatdress:

Dress ca. 1910 via Abiti Antichi

Photo 19 Aug 7 notes figjamlolita:

Victorian Bustle Dress on Flickr.
Victorian Bustle Dress My Mina silk taffeta gown - Made for me by -www.ckhall.com/

figjamlolita:

Victorian Bustle Dress on Flickr.

Victorian Bustle Dress
My Mina silk taffeta gown - Made for me by -www.ckhall.com/

Photo 19 Aug 3 notes divalocity:

Qristyl Frazier is the founder of the New York based fashion house for women with curves. As a designer, Qristyl specializes in feminine, flattering dresses with sophisticated separates, and now lingerie and swimsuits with versatile cover-ups all beyond perfection. No styles go out to a customer if it’s not perfect; It must be “beyond perfect”. “You won’t find the empire waist design dress here.”

divalocity:

Qristyl Frazier is the founder of the New York based fashion house for women with curves. As a designer, Qristyl specializes in feminine, flattering dresses with sophisticated separates, and now lingerie and swimsuits with versatile cover-ups all beyond perfection. No styles go out to a customer if it’s not perfect; It must be “beyond perfect”. “You won’t find the empire waist design dress here.”

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Photo 19 Aug 357 notes hautekills:

Meadham Kirchhoff s/s 2014

hautekills:

Meadham Kirchhoff s/s 2014

Video 19 Aug 529 notes

fripperiesandfobs:

Evening dress, 1930’s

From Vintage Textile

Photo 19 Aug 199 notes omgthatdress:

Tea Gown
Jean-Philippe Worth, 1894
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"The sleeves and collar of this teagown reference the early 17th century, which was a common period for Worth to draw from. Although it appears to be a loose garment, the understructure is boned. Even though the garment would not have required such structure for its use, women were often more comfortable when retaining their armor. The economic use of fabric employing the selvedges as a decorative detail was also commonly practiced by Worth."

omgthatdress:

Tea Gown

Jean-Philippe Worth, 1894

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"The sleeves and collar of this teagown reference the early 17th century, which was a common period for Worth to draw from. Although it appears to be a loose garment, the understructure is boned. Even though the garment would not have required such structure for its use, women were often more comfortable when retaining their armor. The economic use of fabric employing the selvedges as a decorative detail was also commonly practiced by Worth."

Photo 19 Aug 32 notes omgthatdress:

Aesthetic evening gown ca. 1910 via Augusta Auctions

omgthatdress:

Aesthetic evening gown ca. 1910 via Augusta Auctions

Photo 19 Aug 17 notes

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