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Period Dress - 1901 to 1910 inc. 1911-1913 (Edwardian)

Day dress, probably British, ca. 1906-08. Heavy cream-colored linen blend with embroidery, lace, and linen-covered wooden button trim. White net insert with small flowers at neck. Wide skirt, slightly longer in back. Lined bodice. Hook & eye closure in back. madaboutfans on ebay

Mourning Dress 1910-1912 The Victoria & Albert Museum

c. 1912 French Couture walking suit

Pink wool suit, 1906. Two pieces, trimmed with pink ribbon and lace. Made by dressmaker Julia Tomasek, St. Paul, Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Collections.

Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, ca. 1905. Wool, silk, cotton, linen. Similar to suit in previous pin, but different. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, 1905. Wool, silk, cotton. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Suit, American, circa 1913. Brown cotton sateen, cotton floss, soutache cord, and tape. Via Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Wedding dress, 1910. Lilac plain-weave cotton and machine lace. Long princess-lined gown with flared skirt and rows of pintucks. Museum of London

Day dress, European, early 1910s. Racing blue silk with ecru lace, embroidery, and large decorative walnut buttons. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

1900's jacket front

Dress, 1901-1903. American. Wool. Met Museum

Suit, Katherine Kiernan, St. Paul, MN, ca. 1905. Light yellowish brown wool & yellowish white silk chiffon trimmed w/lace of embroidered net underlaid w/cloth of black & gold threads. Suit day bodice has tunic-length jacket open from waist w/uneven hemline & train. Boned bodice dickey attached. Full-length trained chiffon skirt pleated to waistband; woolen border & embroidered net at hem. Pleated chiffon evening bodice w/round neck. Minnesota Historical Society

Day dress, 1901-02 From the Minnesota Historical Society -Gorgeous, gorgeous lines.

Corset Covers and Bust Ruffles - Sears Catalog page reprints from "Everyday Fashions, 1909-1920" via American Duchess

I really like the outfit of the third girl from the left on top

Your Wardrobe Unlock'd Double Period Project (DPP) 1912 experienced entries

Arizona Statehood Centennial outfit (1912 shirtwaist)

Some pretty fashions for the young folks. (1911)