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RECONSTRUCTIONS: Description of Dresses and Patterns
Crinoline for the role of Barbara Radziwiłł (1865)
Crinoline with velvet ribbons (1865)
Crinoline in stripes (1868)
Crinoline with meanders (1869)
Riding Habit (1870)
Bustle ball gown - one (1871)
Bustle ball gown - two (1871)
Mary Stuart (1872)
Princess style with flowers (1878)
Julia (1878)
Cleopatra (1880)
Princess style with fur (1880)
Princess style black and white (1882)
Bustle gown with tassels (1884)
White bustle (1885)
Bustle with saber (1886)
Beaded ball dress (1891)
Art nouveau with buttons (1898)
Swimsuit (1900)
Classic art nouveau (1903)
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Day dress of dark wool decorated with hemstitch haberdashery. Bodice opening in front, cut together with "wasp abdomen". Opening decorated with exposed pleat with horizontally lined hemstitch sewn on. Additionally from the inner side the opening is sawn with a floral pattern fabric of which also stand-up collar is made. Bodice has also sewn cape trimmed around with hemstitch. On it a large collar of lace is worn. Sleeves sewn from top to elbow with vertical pleats substantially expand forming puff, sewn on high cuff. Both puff and cuff are decorated with horizontal hemstitch. Stripe in the middle of the front is formed in the shape of tooth directed downward. Skirt sewn of gores, decorated and adjusted to the knee by vertical pleats. Expanding strongly towards the bottom forms a small train on the back. Its lower edge is decorated with three rows of hemstitch.
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