|Empress Eugenie -1860 I love the flounces on here dress the must be sooo full and out of a very crisp fabric.|
Countess Csekonics of Jimbolia and Janova -1862-65
The skirt detail is awesome! Her shawl is really cool too.
Duchess Marie in Bavaria -1857
by Franz Hanfstaengl
She's so adorable!
Amina Boschetti -1863
by A. Armand & C.ie, Bordeaux.
Quite the hair style. Wish I had the opportunity to wear this... :D
|Empress Elisabeth of Ausria |
Its interesting how all the stripes have
a different design on them.
|Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Russia -1869|
Can you tell I'm quite taken by very geometric designs?
|Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna, Winterhalter -1857.|
Must have been very wealthy. :P And very fond of pearls. :-. lol
| Princess Royal and Princess Alice -1852 |
by Theodore Brunell
They look like little angels and their dresses are to die for.
|Hungarian coronation dress -1867|
One of my favorites... ♥
|Infanta Isabel, Princess of Asturias, Countess of Girgenti nicknamed "La Chata"|
Is that one heck of a gown or what? lol
|Duchess Sophie Charlotte of Bavaria -1867|
I'm sure most of you are thinking this is probably one of the most ugly dresses you've seen. lol But I'm draw to its angular lines. Its simple beauty is quite my style. :D
Isabel II Queen of Spain -1860
Her dress is so pretty! I'd love to make myself
a dress like that someday. :D Its so feminine.
Duchess of Wellington
She is like ultra graceful, in my opinion.
Princess Alexandra of Wales -1866
|Princesses Helena and Louise -1856|
by Roger Fenton
They seem really impressed by getting the dag taken don't they?! :P Their hats are really cute and I realllly like the jackets.
Elisabeth as Queen of Hungary
This is my personal favorite. I think its probably the most beautiful 19th century ensemble I've ever seen. I'd really like to make a reproduction of it some day. *heres to one's dream*
You can find many more at the source. :) I hope they inspired y'all as much as they did me. Which ones are you favorites?
Until next time. ♥