Embroidered Bag made in America 18C-19C @ MFA Boston. Cotton fabric with silk embroidery
Bruyère wedding dress, 1944, Haute Couture, Palais Galliera, Museum of Fashion
'1940s sculpted felt hat - look at those lines, so stylish!' -- couldn't have said it any better
Xtabay Vintage Clothing Boutique - Portland, Oregon
Boots | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Cloche - L.P. Hollander & Co., c. 1925 - amazing plaid pattern on this (click through for more images)
Unknown Maker for U.S ArmyAmerican Doughboy Uniform, c. 1918 Wool with metal fastenings, metal helmet, reproduction leather boots
Dress ca. 1915 via The Cincinnati Art Museum
Cincinnati Art Museum
Silk Evening Dress, George Halley, 1967-69
Dress, ca. 1865-early 1870s. Two bodices, skirt, & petticoat, with skirt bag, hat, & sash. White cotton slinong (?); different pieces have Valenciennes lace, satin ribbon, machine embroidery & porcelain buttons. Evening bodice shown here; buttons in back. Petticoat of off-white cotton batiste. Hallwyl Museum via Wikimedia Commons
taffetadarlings: Hello Seventies?
Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978). "Taxi" Dress, ca. 1932. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Silk Evening Dress, 1915-1917, American.