Evening dress, ca. 1858.  Exquisite cutout chine flowers over lace-I can't even fathom how hard that was to make.

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal.

House of Worth Bridesmaid Gown, circa 1896                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Historic Color Combos: Orange and Cream

Bridesmaid dress by House of Worth, 1896 Paris (worn in the USA). The Met Museum collection.

From the famous Parisian House of Worth, ca. 1900. Silk and rhinestones.

From the famous Parisian House of Worth, ca. Silk and rhinestones. This is a silk, short sleeve, long dress with very detailed embroidery what looks like flowers but is also giving me a greek vibe.

Evening dress House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length (a): 16 in. cm) Length at CF (b): 40 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976

Silk Evening dress by House of Worth, Paris 1882~Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1882 Culture: French Medium: silk Front 2 umm this is probably going to be the dress I choose :)

House of Worth, Evening Dress, 1885-86. Background: Worth’s penchant for incorporating antique laces is masterfully demonstrated here. Notably, the lace has been draped and blended into the design with its integrity intact—no cuts have been made. MCNY Collections.

House of Worth, Evening Dress, Background: Worth’s penchant for incorporating antique laces is masterfully demonstrated here. Notably, the lace has been draped and blended into the design with its integrity intact—no cuts have been made.

Dress, House of Worth 1906. A more modern dress by Worth. This has some modern features but also contains many classic looks from previous Worth pieces.This dress doesn't feature a bustle but the fitted waist gives the illusion of a fuller bottom. 2/1/16.

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Silk Evening Gown -- 1906 -- House of Worth -- French -- Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute

Dress, Walking.  House of Worth (French, 1858–1956).  Date: ca. 1902. Culture: French. Medium: wool. Dimensions: Length at CB: 66 in. (167.6 cm).

Edwardian - Walking dress House of Worth (French, Date: ca. 1902 Culture: French Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB: 66 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Charles Frederick Worth Ball Gown 1900-1905 Made from silk, cotton, beaded and embroidered with glass, metel and bead. House of Worth.

Ball Gown (Detail) House of Worth Jean-Philippe Worth began as an assistant to his father, Charles Frederick Worth, in Gradually he was allowed to create his own designs and when his.

Stunning turn of the century Worth ball gown. Click through the link to zoom and see the detailed embellishments.

Stunning turn of the century Worth ball gown. Click through the link to zoom and see the detailed embellishments. historic-fashion-and-folk-costume

Wrap, Evening.  House of Worth (French, 1858–1956).  Date: ca. 1905. Culture: French.

omgthatdress: “ Evening wrap Jean-Philippe Worth, 1905 The Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

House of Worth, Wedding Dress, 1878. Garment details: The elbow-length sleeves are sewn in by hand with a backstitch. The undersleeve is ivory satin; the upper sleeve is net covered with pearl appliqués. MCNY Collections.

TatiTati Style ♔ House of Worth, Wedding Dress, Garment details: The elbow-length sleeves are sewn in by hand with a backstitch. The undersleeve is ivory satin; the upper sleeve is net covered with pearl appliqués.

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