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Vintage Fashion: 1900-1919

For replica outfits made to look like period clothing shown here please visit my Board “Fashion: Film/Stage/TV/Etc.”

CALLOT SOEURS MOIRE SILK EVENING GOWN with METALLIC LACE, circa 1912. Via whitakerauction.

Dress, circa 1900-1905. Sea-green silk taffeta under white silk mesh covered with gauze and chiffon and lined with light green cotton. Thick lace in sinuous motifs. Green velvet ribbon at waist. Via Textile Museum & Documentation Center of Terrassa, Spain (IMATEX).

Suit, circa 1910-1915. Dark green wool jacket and skirt. Wooden buttons down front and on cuffs. Slit on each side/front of jacket with buttons dotted each side. Permanently attached belt with loops. Two shallow front pockets. Silk lining in blue and white vine design; natural fur collar. Diamond design embroidered on jacket back. Built-in discs on front of jacket to drape well. Unlined, matching skirt with two front pockets. Via SassySisterVintage/etsy.

French beaded evening dress, black tulle over a black satin lining, 1918, via Vintage Textile.

Plum Afternoon Dress and Jacket, New York, circa 1912, via Augusta Auctions.

Augusta Auctions

Evening dress, Callot Soeurs, circa 1913, via MMA.

Day dress, 1902.

Fripperies and Fobs

Dress, 1913-1914. via National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (Oslo).

Edwardian Fashion - 1909.

Suit, Marshall and Snelgrove Ltd (retailer): circa 1916-1918, English, silk taffeta, chiffon, machine-made net frill, lined with silk, silk braid, boned, Petersham.

Jacket | Marshall & Snelgrove Ltd | V&A Search the Collections

1910s Evening dress, 1910s, from the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev.

Fripperies and Fobs

Fashion Plate - McCall's Magazine, March 1914.

Light blue silk evening dress with applied lace and ribbons, Callot Soeurs, circa 1906. Probably from the Fashion Museum, Bath. Top photo: Becky Pitzer/Flickr. Bottom: Eileen Bloom/Flickr.

Dress, Europe, circa 1908. Cotton crepe and cotton net with cotton embroidery. via Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

1910 American dress of ivory wool trimmed with Irish lace, brown velvet, and fur.

Lovely 1910s ladies wearing evening dresses by Lucile (Robes Du Soir, Lucile).

Tea gown, circa 1900, via the Powerhouse Museum.

Clothing Design

Rare Lucile ball gown, circa 1904, via Kerry Taylor Auctions.

Gallery - Kerry Taylor Auctions

Paul POIRET, circa 1912, rare ensemble de plage masculin constitue d'une vareuse et d'un pantalon en toile de lin imprimee a la planche d'un motif d'artichauts dans les tons verts et mauves. La vareuse presente des passants de ceinture mais pas de ceinture. Les poches et le col sont agrementes d'un bouton parme.