Day dress, c.1881. Plum silk faille and light brown polished cotton (lining), machine- and hand-stitched, with machine-embroidered eyelet lace, satin ribbon, silk thread-covered wooden (probably) buttons, and wool tape. Connecticut Historical Society http://emuseum.chs.org/emuseum/view/objects/asitem/search$0040/1/title-asc?t:state:flow=15fdc8ad-7e27-40f7-83c4-e6f17d701e55
Blue and gold evening dress, which Queen Elizabeth wore during a state visit to The Netherlands in 1958. FASHIONING A REIGN " 90 YEARS OF STYLE FROM THE QUEEN'S WARDROBE " - PRINCESS MONARCHY
Day dress, ca. 1885-90. Blue silk with woven stripes of red, blue, and light blue, blue cord, and glass beads. Boned bodice lined in beige cotton, asymmetrically-draped skirt in brown cotton. Hem reinforced with black linen. Mode Museum, Antwerp
Romy Schneider as the Empress in Visconti's Ludwig (1972)
Dress of 1884 consists of two parts, the bodice and skirt, taffeta and satin obtained by readjusting belonging to a previous dress (60 of 800) of which remains the original bolero.
Day dress ca. 1885. Chestnut silk gros de Tours. Bodice is a faux jacket with velvet print "blouse" and cuffs. Covered buttons. Pleated skirt with draped apron. Daguerre Auctions
Dress, 1865. Purple silk taffeta. Boned bodice closes in front with 7 buttons covered with purple satin. Long sleeves, pleated and gathered front and back. Ruffles at shoulders, wrists and skirt hem.Musée Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
Blue silk faille visiting dress with fringe trim, c. 1880.
Gorgeous 1880's dress. Thanks to The House of Poleigh Naise on FB.