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gay nineties fashion

Gay nineties fashion


Wedding dress by House of Worth 1896 French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ornate <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-wedding-fashion" class="perelink">wedding</a> bodice (white silk taffeta, satin, and tulle <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/car-ride-with-gay-cholo" class="perelink">with</a> silk embroidery and silver mesh, rhinestone, pearl, and silver cording embellishment), by Weeks, <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-american-fashion-designers" class="perelink">American</a> (Chicago), 1896. Worn as part of ensemble (with inner bodice, skirt, stockings, shoes, and wreath) by Florence Sanger Pullman for her <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-wedding-fashion" class="perelink">wedding</a> to Frank Orren Lowden on April 29, 1896.

1890s Back <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-wedding-fashion" class="perelink">Wedding</a> Dress, American. Silk, cotton, beads. Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Ethel W. Campbell, 1953 metmuseum.org dress suzilove.com

Historical Fashion: Gay Nineties (1890-1905)

Dotted cotton day dress <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/car-ride-with-gay-cholo" class="perelink">with</a> lace and silk ribbon trim, ca. 1890s.

Pink silk gauze and white lace dress, c. 1890s.

Silk evening dress, by Laferriere, French (Paris), c. 1895.

green tweed suit, by J.R. Dale & Co., British, 1896-1905. Tailor made suits were smart, practical and versatile outfits. The warm, durable tweed from which this suit is made suggests that it was worn for country walks and travelling.'alt='Woman's brown and green tweed suit, by J.R. Dale & Co., British, 1896-1905. Tailor made suits were smart, practical and versatile outfits. The warm, durable tweed from which this suit is made suggests that it was worn for country walks and travelling.' />

Bottle-green brocaded silk satin gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, French, ca. 1890-93.

1890s <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-wedding-fashion" class="perelink">Wedding</a> Dress, American. Silk, cotton, beads. Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Ethel W. Campbell, 1953 metmuseum.org suzilove.com

Bottle-green brocaded silk satin gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, French, ca. 1890-93.

Rust-colored silk velvet, satin, faille, taffeta, and brocade day dress (back), by Mme. Lambele de St. Omer, <a href="http://avtotemp.info/page/gay-american-fashion-designers" class="perelink">American</a> (New York), ca. 1891-92. Smith College Historic Clothing.

Day dress 1895. Patrimonio Histórico Familiar

Pink silk gauze and white lace dress, c. 1890s.

1890s Fashion: The Gay Nineties
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