My time machine wardrobe
Things to wear if I could travel through time! If I had a time machine.. youd never see me again!!
1928 Evening dress by Peggy Hoyt. Silk and rhinestones.
Mourning gown, circa 1910. Silk and lace. Via Hallwyl Museum, Sweden.
Mourning Dress and accessories. For the widow who insists on being fashionable despite bereavement.
wedding dress of Princess Charlotte of Wales,1816. Prior to Queen Victoria, royal brides traditionally wore silver. Queen Victoria chose a white dress to show off the white lace she wanted to include, which Prince Albert liked.
shoe from 1900..."Moral indignation is jealousy with a halo." - H. G. Wells
Reproduction 1900's shoes from American Duchess. I. Need. These.
Pair of shoes Place of origin: London (made) Date: ca. 1900 (made) Artist/Maker: Hook, Knowles & Co (designer) Materials and Techniques: Leather with punched work Credit Line: Given by Mr John Tayleur Museum number: T.246A&:1-1979 Gallery location: In store This pair of women's shoes are of red leather laced with silk ribbons. They have a medium heel, pointed toe and punched leather decoration. The shoes are elegant but also practical. The style suggests that around 1900 women were gradually becoming more independent and needed shoes that were not simply decorative accessories.
Shoes ca. 1900
"Linen Sailor suit ca. 1895 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art"
Suit Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: cotton Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: C.I.40.167.23a, b
Evening dress - bodice and skirt 1898-1901 - Cincinnati Art Museum
Modern-made to appear circa 1890, blue cotton walking suit. jacket and skirt with detail of Venice point lace and glass beads. done in 2003 by anticostume.com