Two ladies in mourning dresses
Before the Automobile: 1790 round gown. Draping fit is lovely.
Edwardian street style: Astonishing amateur images which capture the fashion of women in London and Paris over a century ago By Mail On Sunday Reporter
AS Photography Unit 2 Research
Mourning ensemble, 1907 From the Museum at FIT
Circa 1904 Black Etamine Fancy Trained Reception Gown with appliques in Taffetas.
Fashion, 1900 -10
Mourning Dress and accessories. For the widow who insists on being fashionable despite bereavement.
Mayer & Morhanger (Dressmakers), Afternoon Dress with Applied Ribbon Lace, 1889-1892. (Front View)
Glad Rags - Historical
The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection
clothes and costume
1890-1893 formal day dress, probably half-mourning, by designer Sara Mayer & A. Morhanger (Paris France). via The Victoria & Albert Museum.
This Victorian-era ensemble (estimated from 1870 to 1872) features the black hue, modest silhouette, and shrouding veil typical of mourning attire at the time
Death Becomes Her