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Dress (Ball Gown)  Date: late 1870s Culture: British Medium: silk. This bodice could be done with Truly Victorian's 1875 Ball Gown Basque pattern, and a variety of skirt options. 1870s Fashion, 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Old Dresses, Retro Mode, Look Boho, Victorian Clothing, Antique Dress, Vintage Gowns
Madame Elise | Ball gown | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress (Ball Gown) Date: late 1870s Culture: British Medium: silk. This bodice could be done with Truly Victorian's 1875 Ball Gown Basque pattern, and a variety of skirt options.
Like the top part of the bodice, and the length of the train.  Blue silk faille evening gown with a bodice, trained skirt, and separate peplum. Decorated with yards of white silk braid and white and blue silk ribbon.  c. 1867    This bodice would be beautifully done using TV442 - 1860s Ballgown Bodice Historical Gowns, 1860 Fashion, Vestidos Vintage
Like the top part of the bodice, and the length of the train. Blue silk faille evening gown with a bodice, trained skirt, and separate peplum. Decorated with yards of white silk braid and white and blue silk ribbon. c. 1867 This bodice would be beautifully done using TV442 - 1860s Ballgown Bodice
Custom  Victorian Bustle  Wedding Gown Dress by ManTheCapstan, $1700.00    The detachable train that Truly Victorian does would probably look a little bit like this train. Historical Wedding Dresses, Victorian Style Wedding Dress, Victorian Style Wedding, Victorian Wedding Dress, Victorian Gown, Cake Dress, Wedding Dress Bustle, Bustle Dress, Victorian Wedding
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Custom Victorian Bustle Wedding Gown Dress by ManTheCapstan, $1700.00 The detachable train that Truly Victorian does would probably look a little bit like this train.
The May Primrose wedding dress by Gladman & Womack, London, 1885.    One option for this would be to add a detachable train such as TV361. Downside, that requires 4 1/2 yards of fabric just for the train. Charles Frederick Worth, Antique Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gowns Vintage
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The May Primrose wedding dress by Gladman & Womack, London, 1885. One option for this would be to add a detachable train such as TV361. Downside, that requires 4 1/2 yards of fabric just for the train.
Evening Dress, House of Worth (French, 1858 - 1956)  Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris); Date: ca. 1890; Culture: French; Medium: silk.    This bodice could be done using   and the skirt could be done using TV261 (Four Gore Underskirt) and  TV382 (Asymmetrical Drapery Add -On), but the skirt pattern would have to be adjusted to have a train. House Of Worth
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Evening Dress, House of Worth (French, 1858 - 1956) Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris); Date: ca. 1890; Culture: French; Medium: silk. This bodice could be done using and the skirt could be done using TV261 (Four Gore Underskirt) and TV382 (Asymmetrical Drapery Add -On), but the skirt pattern would have to be adjusted to have a train.
I think you could do this via a variation on the TV Wash Overskirt. I've used that pattern and it's AWESOME. It does a really cool bustley thing in the back. Gothic Masquerade, Masquerade Dress, Red Goth, Victorian Gowns, Fantasy Gown, Fantasy Medieval, Red Gothic, Masquerade Dresses
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I think you could do this via a variation on the TV Wash Overskirt. I've used that pattern and it's AWESOME. It does a really cool bustley thing in the back.
a woman in a white dress standing on a stage with other people behind her and one person wearing a tiara
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Bodice and sleeves! Yes! This bodice style could also be done using TV420 - 1879 Cuirass Bodice
Bodice and sleeves.   1880s    This top could be done using TV422 - 1881 Dinner Bodice Haute Couture, Victorian Evening Dress, 1880s Dress, Jacques Doucet, 19th Century Dresses, 19th Century Clothing, Victorian Costume
Jacques Doucet | Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bodice and sleeves. 1880s This top could be done using TV422 - 1881 Dinner Bodice
Playful Plaid Silk Taffeta Victorian Bustle Dress by bustlelady, via Flickr -Back view. Skirt looks like TV326 (Hermione Overskirt), and the top could be TV420 (1879 Cuirass Bodice) Victorian Bustle Dress, Victorian Bustle, 1880s Fashion, Century Clothing
Playful Plaid Silk Taffeta Victorian Bustle Dress
Playful Plaid Silk Taffeta Victorian Bustle Dress by bustlelady, via Flickr -Back view. Skirt looks like TV326 (Hermione Overskirt), and the top could be TV420 (1879 Cuirass Bodice)
Scottish - Front view. TV Hermione? 1880 Fashion, American Duchess, History Fashion
Playful Plaid Silk Taffeta Victorian Bustle Dress
Scottish - Front view. TV Hermione?
1870s. TV Tea Gown? Princess Line Dress, Gaun Abad Pertengahan, Age Of Innocence, The Age Of Innocence
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1870s. TV Tea Gown?