Silver and Pearl Beaded Satin Wedding Dress, 1951  Worn by Hermione Wills when she married Mervin Evans  Designed by Norman Hartnell   via V&A

Silver and Pearl Beaded Satin Wedding Dress, 1951 Worn by Hermione Wills when she married Mervin Evans Designed by Norman Hartnell

Evening dress 1948 [Jacket] Long sleeved bolero jacket of lillac tulle with an embroidered vermicular pattern, which is re-embroidered in flower shaped sequins in shades of mauve and lilac.

Evening dress

Evening dress 1948 [Jacket] Long sleeved bolero jacket of lillac tulle with an embroidered vermicular pattern, which is re-embroidered in flower shaped sequins in shades of mauve and lilac.

couture green taffeta ball gown, early 1950s. green on ivory woven label, with strapless boned bodice, the dress caught in a spiral of graduated pleats with flounced graduated hem and studded overall with copper and silver facetted beads in varying sizes,

couture green taffeta ball gown, early green on ivory woven label, with strapless boned bodice, the dress caught in a spiral of graduated pleats with flounced graduated hem and studded overall with copper and silver facetted beads in varying sizes,

Dress and jacket | Hartnell, Norman | V&A Search the Collections

Evening dress and jacket

Evening dress and jacket of embroidered satin and velvet, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, Museum Number

Evening Dress, Norman Hartnell - 1948.

So very Ginger Rogers! Dress Norman Hartnell, 1948 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Wedding dress  Place of origin: London, England (made)  Date: 1933 (made)  Artist/Maker: Hartnell, Norman, born 1901 - died 1979 (designer)  Materials and Techniques: Embroidered silk satin with pearl and glass beads and satin appliqué, tulle with metal wire, trimmed with wax  Credit Line: Given by Margaret, Duchess of Argyll

Wedding dress

Wedding dress outfit consisting of an embroidered silk satin dress and tulle veil, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, Museum Number

Norman Hartnell - Robe de Mariée - Soie et Broderies de Perles - 1951

Old Rags - Wedding dress by Norman Hartnell, 1951 England,.

Wedding dress, From the exhibition “A Century of Style: Costume and Colour at Glasgow Museums

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Wedding dress, by Norman Hartnell, ca 1933 ❣Post 1 of 3❣  From the Victoria and Albert Museum: "Worn by Margaret Whigham, later the Duchess of Argyll, for her marriage to Mr Charles Sweeny in the Brompton Oratory, 21 February 1933. The dress took a team of 30 seamstresses six weeks to make, and the bride thought it shockingly expensive at £52."

Wedding dress at the V&A museum, London, circa Embroidered silk over embroidered chiffon, with long flared sleeves and round neckline. This is both sexy and dramatic, with modesty too.

Wedding dress | Hartnell, Norman1957 Heavy cream lace wedding dress with a ballerina-length full skirt, long sleeves and boat neckline mounted over a strapless dark cream satin underdress with a heavily interlined full skirt. The lace is accented with floral sprays worked in seed pearls and diamanté. Zip fastener down the back

Wedding dress

Lace wedding dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, Museum Number

c. 1898 Ballgown / Afternoon Trained Gown of Ivory Silk Faille with Pearls Trim with Separate Sleeves

1898 Ballgown / Afternoon Trained Gown of Ivory Silk Faille with Pearls Trim with Separate Sleeves

Victorian Solstice www.victoriansolstice.it — 1898. The color is gorgeous.

The Stylish Gypsy

Edwardian wedding dress / Edwardian dress / Antique 1910s White Cotton and Lace Dress with Pink Floral Embroidery. $424.00, via Etsy.

Edwardian wedding dress / Edwardian dress / Antique 1910s White Cotton and Lace Dress with Pink Floral Embroidery

Edwardian wedding dress / Edwardian dress / Antique White Cotton and Lace Dress with Pink Floral Embroidery

1910 Wedding gown. French designed, by Mme. Jeanne Paquin.

Wedding ensemble Design House: House of Paquin (French, Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, Date: 1910 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, beads Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 13 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 48 in.

SKY BLUE EVENING GOWN, 1910-1912

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