edwardian-time-machine: Imperial Russian Horse Guard Regiment officer’s tunic or ‘Koller’, circa 1900. Tsar Nicholas II’s officer uniform of Her Majesty Empress Maria Fyodorovna’s Cavalry Guards Regiment, circa 1900-1910. Officer’s uniform for a court ball worn by Tsar Nicholas II, circa 1900s. Uniform of Tsar Nicholas II in the form of an officer of the Life Guards Rifle Regiment of the imperial family, circa 1903. Imperial Russian military tunic, circa 1900. Model 1907 Imperial Russian WWI…
French Court suit, 1810. French. This suit was for a very fashionable and rich person. Bonaparte revived the importance of court traditions when he crowned himself Emperor in 1804. This revival necessitated the recreation of acceptable court dress, however the working class was sick of having the royal wasting all their countries money on unnecessary things and was one of the causes of the French Revolution. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
GORGEOUS! I love the roses in the skirt. In white or cream, it would be an amazing wedding gown!
Blue tailcoat with velvet collar and brass buttons. Museum of London 1801-30
A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa 1790, heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches
give me back my 1815.Pink silk outfit worn by a Frenchman in the court of Louis XVI in the 18th century.
V&A - Britain Loves Wikipedia. Creative Commons 2.0 license. English: Man's Court Coat and Waistcoat About 1800 Britain or France Embroidered velvet and satin