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Evening dress, ca. Worn by Queen Maud of Norway. National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design Oslo ❤

1910 Evening Dress, getting ideas for today's wedding dresses.

Edwardian Dress: Tiered silk net with metallic embroidery over pink satin with raised-waist velvet bodice. 1910 by the Paris fashion house Worth.

Evening dress likely worn by Queen Maud of Norway, dated between 1913 and 1914, at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. See: http://digitaltmuseum.no/things/aftenkjole/NMK-D/OK-1962-0008?js=1&owner_filter=NMK-D&query=kjole&rows=24&search_context=1&sort_by=&js=1&page=3&count=160&pos=55

Evening gown ca. Silk with silver thread, machine lace, glass beads, and tulle. Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. This is Edwardian but its also a great upcycle idea for multilayered Lagenlook style.

Evening dress, by Widoff, New York, 1911-13, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens. High waisted Edwardian party gown with a narrow sheath underskirt of plain silk charmeuse and a multilayered overskirt of silk lawn. The short, full lace sleeves cover a white lawn undersleeve edged with miniature pearls and ending in pearl tassels. A pale turquoise satin waist sash backed with bright pink satin closes on the left side with a decorative oval medallion of the pink ribbon flowers.

Evening dress, by Widoff, New York, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens. High waisted Edwardian party gown with a narrow sheath underskirt of plain silk charmeuse and a multilayered overskirt of silk lawn.

Evening dress, House of Worth,  1914. Silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art:

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Evening dress, House of Worth, Silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening gown, circa 1912. Silk satin and chiffon. Lace and glass beads.

"My Fair Lady" inspiration - Embassy Ball - 1912 - gown of silk satin, chiffon, lace, and glass beads.

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Percy, England, ca. Aqua silk satin with cream embroidery & black velvet. In the early century, cultivated women regarded pastels & muted shades as refined~

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