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Selyem délutáni ruha. Származási hely: Egyesült Államok. Készült 1870. /kép: The Metropolitan Museum of Art/

Tan silk walking dress with black lace trim (back), American, This is a nice example of an early bustle day dress worn for promenading and visiting. (I love the parasol pocket!

1870 American walking dress. This is a nice example of an early 1870s bustle dress worn for promenading and visiting.

Walking dressWalking dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 25 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 60 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

1870s

KCI says: White kimono fabric of figured shibori silk satin; embroidery of wisteria* chrysanthemum* peony* and Chinese fan motifs in metallic threads .This dress was remade from a Japanese kimono in London fashion tips

Day dress 1860's the beauty of this dress is understated with a touch of elegance  K♥

Dress Date: ca. 1865 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress

Bustle dress

Day dress ca. 1870 From the Kent State University Museum This looks like denim! Now a dress like this would be an interesting contrast study in denim, wouldn't it?

Afternoon dress, 1885    The passementerie on this elegant dress is clearly influenced by the  Arts and Crafts design aesthetic which was extremely popular 1880 and  1910.  This is an excellent example of how a movement which is mostly  based in architecture and interior design crept into clothing, showing  the proponents’ desire to live the style in its entirety.

Afternoon dress, 1885 The passementerie on this elegant dress is clearly influenced by the Arts and Crafts design aesthetic which was extremely popular 1880 and This is an excellent example of how a movement which is mostly based in architecture and

1870-75 American Dress, Walking

Tan silk walking dress with black lace trim (side view), American, This is a nice example of an early bustle day dress worn for promenading and visiting.

Walking suit ca. 1870s. Two-piece visiting dress in 2 shades of gray silk faille. Skirt has short train and is worn with bustle. Triangular pocket on right side of skirt, trimmed with buttons & cord lacing, was designed to hold parasol. Indianapolis Museum of Art:

Walking suit, Two-piece visiting dress in 2 shades of gray silk faille. Skirt has short train and is worn with bustle. Triangular pocket on right side of skirt, trimmed with buttons & cord lacing, was designed to hold parasol. Indianapolis Museum of Art

Middle bustle Dress: During the middle of the bustle era the weight in the dress moves down to below the knees and the silhouette becomes very form fitting. It also typically has dark colors and trains start to come back again because of all of the weight.

During the Middle Bustle Era, the weight of the dress moves down the body. The silhouette of the dress becomes much more form fitting and may include a long train. These dresses were typically in darker colors.

Charles Frederick Worth, Evening Dress (Bodice & Skirt). Paris, c. 1885. (View 2)

Charles Fredrick Worth, French, born in England Evening Dress (Bodice and Skirt) c. 1885 Gift of the Arizona Costume Institute and friends in memory of Jean C. Hildreth Plus

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