Evening gown, Nadezhda Lamanova, Moscow, early 1900s. White satin with tulle and chiffon, sequins, and embroidery. Silver brocade belt. Made for Empress Alexandra. ziggyibruni/LiveJournal
Reform dress ca. 1903. Ecru silk satin with yellow silk satin ribbons and applications. Museum of the City of Vienna
Summer Weight Wool Skirt Early 1900's summer weight khaki wool skirt, trimmed with black satin striping and covered black buttons. Fully lined with silky black poly. Back hook-and-eye closure (no zipper) with slight gathering at the back waistline. Adjustable 26-28 waist (by hook placement, not elastic.) Skirt length 41 inches; we will shorten as much as the satin striping allows at no extra charge. Similar designs and colors, and other sizes available by request.
Dress and jacket, circa 1907-1910. Eggshell color silk dress trimmed with lace and braid. Made by dressmaker Mary Abigail Molloy, St. Paul, MN. Via Minnesota Historical Society.
Dress, Mme. Percy, England, ca. 1910. Aqua silk satin with cream embroidery, net, and black velvet. In the early 20th century, cultivated women regarded pastels and muted shades as refined and "lady-like." This aqua silk is muted by a layer of black net and ivory lace. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology
Dress, Mme. Percy, England, ca. 1910. Aqua silk satin with cream embroidery, net, and black velvet. This aqua silk is muted by a layer of black net and ivory lace. | FIT Museum
Circa 1910 summer day dress, pale blue, green, and white striped cotton voile. High-necked insert and cuffs of spotted cotton net and machine-made lace.
White cotton lawn dress with blue embroidery, c. 1902.
Black bodice with white lace inserts, Jeanne Paquin, ca. 1900-03. Made of strips of silk chiffon with multiple stitched tucks laid over black taffeta foundation. Strips are woven so as to leave spaces filled with lace inserts, suggesting the Renaissance style of painting, revealing white layer underneath. Sleeves finish in deep funnel cuff. Skirt is missing. Smith College Historic Clothing
Circa 1910 Dinner gown by J. Franken, Brooklyn. Mauve silk satin stripe, embroidered yoke in silk crewel w/brown taffeta facing. Gold ribbon and chiffon ruffle at collar. Embroidered bullion net across yoke w/small revers, embroidered and trimmed in gold bullion. Natural waistline. Draped apron front panel. Bell-shaped sleeves w/horizontal tucks; under-sleeves in silk and bullion embroidered lace, w/ivory embroidered lower sleeve edged in ivory chiffon. Via Vintage Martini.
Two-piece natural colored linen dress with green silk underslip. Linen fabric purchased in Cuba and dress constructed by the Misses Leonard, St. Paul dressmakers. 1901.
Haute Couture Charles Frederick Worth evening dress gown circa from 1910. Made from silk, tulle, velvet and cotton with beaded flower floral pattern embroidery embroidered with metallic threads, glass beads, stones, simulated pearls and sequins pailette. #Haute #Couture #Fashion House of Worth.
Charles Frederick Worth Haute Couture evening dress gown circa from French 1910 by designer Jean-Philippe Worth and Jean-Charles Worth. Made from silk satin and tulle with beaded pattern embroidery, embroidered with glass beads, metal, stone, simulated pearls, sequins pailette, rhinestones and trimming. #HauteCouture #Fashion House of Worth.