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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

A turquoise and gold brocaded satin evening gown, circa 1917, un-labelled, the bodice adorned with tasselled panel of silver bugle beads, tulle sleeves, above draped skirt with wide inner petersham waistband. Detail

'1940s sculpted felt hat - look at those lines, so stylish!' -- couldn't have said it any better

Xtabay Vintage Clothing Boutique - Portland, Oregon

1970s Amazing Asymmetrical Pink Emilio Pucci Dress

Chocolate brown satin cocktail dress with lace and chiffon overlay, 1950s. Divine.

Vintage 1950's Chocolate Brown Lace Cocktail Dress |

Sophie Gimbel gown, mid-1930s.

Home Content, Studio International

Cloche - L.P. Hollander & Co., c. 1925 - amazing plaid pattern on this (click through for more images)

Dress ca. 1915 via The Cincinnati Art Museum

Cincinnati Art Museum

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

Beautifully crafted leather ladies shoe, 1600-1660, Museum Rotterdam.

Evening dress, Nanna Bagge, Stockholm, ca. 1890s. Two-piece pink silk rep embroidered in white and yellow. Hallwyl Museum via Wikimedia Commons

Cycling jacket, 1899. Wool. Rijksmuseum

c. 1916 Pink Silk L.P. HOLLANDER CO. New York Evening Gown with Gold Metallic Printed Design. Hollander Co. was an elite clothing retailer in the late 19th century with shops in Boston, Newport and Paris. Detail

Blouse, Cosineet, c. 1930.

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