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White lace summer dress, Mme. Rose H. Boyd, Minneapolis, ca. 1900-09. Minnesota Historical Society

Gown, Fox Sisters, New York, ca. 1895. Silk faille combines ribbon-weave satin stripes with watered silk flowers. Fabric embellished with pink velvet trim and flounces of beige lace and ivory silk chiffon. Both pieces lined with ivory taffeta. Boned bodice closes in front with hooks and has little sachet packets inside front. Skirt hem stiffened to hold shape, closes in back with hooks and hooks to bodice. The Fox sisters made dresses for the cream of society.Vintage Textile via

| ♕ |  Château d’If - Alexandre Dumas’ cottage  | by © Jean-F. Bouzereau

Two ladies making an elegant “snow Lady”!!! 1891

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Early 1940s dress by Lange for Hildegarde Photography Neal barr

soyouthinkyoucansee An evening gown from Madame Grès in 1954