Bustle bridal gown

made from emerald green silk taffeta

Time: araund 1875

This opulent bustle gown from the Victorian era was made from emerald green silk according to an original pattern from 1875. It was used as a wedding dress at a historically orientated wedding.
The skirt consists of a petticoat with a richly pleated hemline, under which there is another petticoat, beneath which is the bustle. The apron on the top layer is pleated at the front and gathered at the back. The train is attached under the apron and can be removed if required.

The neckline and cuffs are decorated with antique coloured lace trim, while the hem and side gathers are trimmed with silk flowers.

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