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You can see the "train" was tacked up (I should a version of that as well). just like the Renee Zellweger 1959 Jean Desses gown she wore for the Oscars (not bright yellow - photo enhanced to see the detail... Measures: 35" bust, 23" waist, 57" long from shoulder to hem in front. There are a few minor minor small spots, more unseen spots on the lining, and one small heel tear at the hem on the chiffon. First things first, the white ermine fur on this coat needs to be replaced.
It's very dry and no longer viable, but I'm leaving it on the coat so your furrier can use as a pattern.
She wasn't old enough for it to be hers, but may have been collected by her? They came with the outfit, so you may want to purchase them with the habit. MEASUREMENTS: Bodice measures 32" bust, 12" across back, 24" waist.
Skirt measures: 26" waist, 38" long from waist to hem in front, 46" long in back.
Neckties as we think of them today weren’t widely worn until the late 19th century, when they became a symbol of British gentry. tailor Jesse Langsdorf who came up with the three-segment bias cut in 1924 that became the staple of modern ties.
The wide Windsor knot was devised for King Edward VII, and this style of tie spread to Ivy League schools and the white-collar world.
When I purchased, it was said to have been worn by Mrs. Sadly, I couldn't close it on my smallest dressform (it measures 30" bust, 22" waist), but you'd want a smaller dressform as the off-the-shoulder shape shouldn't be stressed. Calvin Coolidge's (Grace Coolidge) show-stopping inaugural gown. From my research, these were actually referred to as "gold caps", and this type of headwear was common in Germany and surrounds.
this gown has been in a personal collection for about 30 years. Simple shape, off the shoulder wide "v" neckline, "v" waist at front, cap sleeves with matching "v" shape and simple ecru netting lace, beautiful seaming, gorgeous ivory silk satin. These were, without a doubt, the finest fabrics of the time. The gowns were possibly made in America of the imported fabric. Simple shape, off the shoulder wide "v" neckline, "v" waist at front, cap sleeves with detailing and spiderweb lace, beautiful seaming, and with the original long under sleeves to be worn with and without. There is a heavy macrame ties hanging down at front, and the original hooks/eyes close the top half of the coat. And the most telling statement regarding the likely huge original price tag on these pieces is that "Galindo Couture’s one-of-a-kind gowns featured in Saks Fifth Avenue’s gown shows touring the country in 2000 sold all 20 gowns". Well, this is not that gown, but this one is similar, and from the same era.... I've been holding on to this gown for years now.... I'm an expert on BEAUTY, and this has all the "bells and whistles" you could possibly want in a 1860s gown! That alone is gorgeous enough, however, under that is a thin layer of pleated chiffon at front and under that, another flat layer of chiffon.