Victorian haute couture fashion walking dress gown from French 1885. Made from cotton print, embroidery trim and copper embellishment. A modern representation of women clothing throughout the #historical #19th century. Although the silhouette remained the same incorporated menswear affectations into both ornamentation and construction with high neck, long sleeves with collar,cuff and decorate decollete. The skirt drape with bustle at the back. #hautecouture #couture #vintage #victorian #fashion
Haute Couture Victorian fashion dress gown from American 1880, 19th century #Historical #Costume. Made from silk with cotton crochet flower floral ivory lace and fringe beaded with red glass bead. Ruched and gather design with high neck, front button and a long sleeve creates a decorative effect emphasizes the bodice, waistline and the pleated hem. Full hips are enhanced by a puffed bow.The bustle at the back of the skirt flow into a graceful train. #Hautecouture #Vintage #Victorian #Fashion
Tea Gown Liberty of London ca. 1885 This tea gown, with its light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the Aesthetic
Tea Gown Liberty of London ca. 1885 This tea gown, with its light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the
1881 olive-green silk satin with chenille embroidered flower front panel bustle-type gown. Basque-bodice of olive-green with dark red velvet collar and trim down edges of front button closure; sleeve ends trimmed with same type of chenille embroidered flowers; the bodice is attached to the train of the skirt at the back where there is a dark red velvet rosette.
Sorry - the bustle at the back of this horribly overdone dress makes her look like she has a horsetail growing out of her ass.
QUEEN OF THE NIGHT CORSET BUSTLE JACKET. $100.00, via Etsy.