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Left: cinnamon satin & velvet walking outfit, ca. 1875-78, comprising fitted bodice and skirt with smocked and pleated satin detailing. Right: mustard-colored satin day dress with pale brown satin contrasts, ca. 1876; princess cut. Sotheby's

Left: cinnamon satin & velvet walking outfit, ca. 1875-78, comprising fitted bodice and skirt with smocked and pleated satin detailing. Right: mustard-colored satin day dress with pale brown satin contrasts, ca. 1876; princess cut. Sotheby's

Afternoon Dress 1880

Afternoon Dress 1880

Chocolate Brown Bustle Dress, French, c. 1885.

Chocolate Brown Bustle Dress, French, c. 1885.

1872 Day dress www.madamebridal.com

1872 Day dress www.madamebridal.com

1884-86 Dress, surah silk & velvet | Documentation Center Museum - Les Arts Décoratifs

1884-86 Dress, surah silk & velvet | Documentation Center Museum - Les Arts Décoratifs

Shiloh- Beautiful! Noting that her sleeves are a different color than her bodice!

Shiloh- Beautiful! Noting that her sleeves are a different color than her bodice!

Reception dress (image 1) | House of Worth | France | 1883 | silk, tulle, velvet | Thierry de Maigret | February 2013/Lot 290

Reception dress (image 1) | House of Worth | France | 1883 | silk, tulle, velvet | Thierry de Maigret | February 2013/Lot 290

1868-1872 pour manches boutonnées

1868-1872 pour manches boutonnées

1883 day dress

Les robes à tournure

1883 day dress

Walking dress, Paris, ca. 1880-83. Silk velvet, silk satin, machine lace. Three pieces (bodice, skirt, bustle pouf). The complex draping of the overskirt creates the classic bustle silhouette which was hugely popular in the 1880s. This silhouette required an undergarment support provided by metal bustles or thick, voluminous pads filled with horsehair or cotton. This fullness made the waist look smaller. Mint Museum

Walking dress, Paris, ca. 1880-83. Silk velvet, silk satin, machine lace. Three pieces (bodice, skirt, bustle pouf). The complex draping of the overskirt creates the classic bustle silhouette which was hugely popular in the 1880s. This silhouette required an undergarment support provided by metal bustles or thick, voluminous pads filled with horsehair or cotton. This fullness made the waist look smaller. Mint Museum

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