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Vintage Clothing - Early 1900's


Vintage Clothing - Early 1900's

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1910-1919 Day dress by Renaud & Cie, Barcelona. Cream-colored silk organza over silk satin with tunic overlay of tulle embroidered with beads and applications of metallic lace. Boned bodice. Textile Museum & Documentation Center, Terrassa, Spain. (IMATEX)

Callot Seurs 1908

Doucet evening dress, 1897-1906 From the Musee Galliera

10-12-11 Wedding Lingerie, 1901, American, cotton and silk (gown w/o robe)

Wedding lingerie | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Petticoat 1900

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Petticoat

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Ball gown, 1900–1903. French. Medium: silk

Ball gown | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Black and pink silk satin evening gown with chiffon sleeves, circa 1916-17

Evening gown ca. 1912. Blue silk satin with black silk chiffon and black satin overlay, trimmed with black passementerie and metallic gold & ecru lace.

Evening dress ca. 1912

IVORY LAWN & LACE TEAGOWN, c. 1905 Pin-tucked cotton woven w/ serpentine-dot pattern, embroidered lace inserts at waist & short sleeves, Val lace trim, trained skirt, ivory China silk lining. Back

Circa 1907 Evening dress by Jean-Philippe Worth. Cream silk satin two-piece debutante dress, trimmed with cream silk net at sleeves, neckline, and skirt, with a cascading row of pink roses from right shoulder and down front bodice from left shoulder. Skirt hem caught up in swags, decorated with two rows of pink roses. Two rows of roses descending down front of skirt from waist to swagged hem.

Evening Coat, House of Worth 1905, French, Made of silk and lace

Evening dress, circa 1900

Fripperies and Fobs

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Dress design WWI, I love the loosen sleeve, women still look very elegent but they had more freedom in movement compare with those during the previous decade, Fabric seem to be lighter than before as well as the trimming was more reduce

Vintage Victorian: 1910s Evening Dress

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Edwardian - Dress Jacques Doucet, 1906-1907 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening gown - Worth, 1900.

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902.

Advent Calendar - Day Three - Madame Guillotine

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ephemeral-elegance: Viennese Ball Gown or Court Dress, ca. 1913 via Museum of Decorative Arts of Prague

Evening Dress c.1911-1915 French

Fashions From History

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Callot Soeurs Evening Dress ca. 1914 silk, metal, rhinestones Lace Blouse #2dayslook #sunayildirim #susan257892 #LaceBlouse www.2dayslook.com

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Evening Dress, 1909, Callot Soeurs, Paris

Rate the Dress: Brilliant Blue Callot Soeurs | The Dreamstress

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omgthatdress: Shoes 1905 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gorgeous House of Worth creation -- look at that attention to detail (design and fabrication) of this wonderful Evening coat Design House: House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856–1926) Date: ca. 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 63 in. (160 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, 1961

Back view of a circa 1912 Worth Dress.

Augusta Auctions

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