Period Dress - 1901 to 1910 inc. 1911-1913 (Edwardian)
Period Dress - 1901 to 1910 inc. 1911-1913 (Edwardian)
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day dress 1901 - 1902
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The 1910s daytime dresses were likely to be one-piece, although skirts, blouses, and tailor-mades became a vital element for daytime as well. The S-shaped curve was being replaced by a straighter line. The size of the full, pouched bodice decreased, and the location of the waistline moved upward. Skirts narrowed and grew shorter. The high-boned collar went out of fashion.
Day dress front
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Day dress, probably British, ca. 1906-08. Heavy cream-colored linen blend with embroidery, lace, and linen-covered wooden button trim. White net insert with small flowers at neck. Wide skirt, slightly longer in back. Lined bodice. Hook & eye closure in back. madaboutfans on ebay
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To assist w antique doll clothing design. Day dress, probably British, ca. 1906-08. Heavy cream-colored linen blend with embroidery, lace, and linen-covered wooden button trim. White net insert with small flowers at neck. Wide skirt, slightly longer in back. Lined bodice. Hook & eye closure in back. madaboutfans on ebay
1890's summer dress
Mourning Dress 1910-1912 The Victoria & Albert Museum
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mumblingsage: “ yamino: “ iamingrid: “ yamino: “ omgthatdress: “ Half-Mourning Dress 1910-1912 The Victoria & Albert Museum ” What’s a “half-mourning” dress? Mourning in the front, party in the...
Half Mourning Dress (I like the colors.)
19th C Day Dress
Dress | John Redfern | V&A Search the Collections
c. 1912 French Couture walking suit
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~1912 Agnes/Mme Havet Couture Suit in greige silk faille~ #1910sdaywear #havet
Antique Victorian and Edwardian Vintage Clothing at Past Perfect Vintage.com
1910s Edwardian French Couture Walking Suit By Mme. Havet for the House of Agnes
Victorian Dresses - Edwardian Clothing | Past Perfect Vintage
Pink wool suit, 1906. Two pieces, trimmed with pink ribbon and lace. Made by dressmaker Julia Tomasek, St. Paul, Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Collections.
1900S, 1900 S, Wool Suit
Pink two-piece wool suit trimmed with pink ribbon and lace. American, 1906. #vintage #1900s #Edwardian #fashion
Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, ca. 1905. Wool, silk, cotton, linen. Similar to suit in previous pin, but different. Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, ca. 1905. Wool, silk, cotton, linen. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, 1905. Wool, silk, cotton. Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Suit, American, circa 1913. Brown cotton sateen, cotton floss, soutache cord, and tape. Via Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology.
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Suit, American, ca. 1913. Brown cotton sateen, cotton floss, soutache cord, and tape. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology
Day Dress c. 1912
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Day Dress, c. 1912, silk and lace. "This afternoon dress was worn by Maud Messel."
Day Dress c1912
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Wedding dress, 1910. Lilac plain-weave cotton and machine lace. Long princess-lined gown with flared skirt and rows of pintucks. Museum of London
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Wedding Dress This wedding dress was worn by Minnie Beatrice Long for her marriage to a railway worker in September 1910. The wedding took place at St Andrews Church, Leytonstone. The full length dress of lilac plain weave cotton was made for Minnie by a local dressmaker. It is made in the fashion of 1910, a long ‘princess’ line dress with an elegant flared skirt and elaborate details created by rows of pintucks. Machine-made lace is used for decoration.
Day dress, European, early 1910s. Racing blue silk with ecru lace, embroidery, and large decorative walnut buttons. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum
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Early 1910s Day dress, European. Racing blue silk with ecru lace, embroidery, and large decorative walnut buttons. Via Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum.
1900's jacket front
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1900s jacket front
Jacket Detail of side saddle habit.
American Duchess: "Real" Late Victorian Steampunk Fashions for Women button pattern
whitakerauction LADY'S BLACK WOOL 3-PIECE SIDESADDLE HABIT, c. 1885. Double breasted boned jacket with notched lapel over high neck insert, eleven mother of pearl buttons on each side tapering to point, narrow four-button sleeve gathered at shoulder, split back with eight buttons per side, over- skirt with side hook & eye closures, button and loop, fall front leggings with single button each side, leather stirrups, braided trim.
Dress, 1901-1903. American. Wool. Met Museum
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Met museum 1901
Embroidered Wool Dress - American - 1901-1903 Spectacular!
Wool Evening Dress, 1901-1903. American. Metropolitan Museum.
Day Dress circa 1901/1903
M. Schiff | Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1902 Walking Suit
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Antique Dress - Item for Sale 1892
Antique Dress - Item for Sale
Suit, Katherine Kiernan, St. Paul, MN, ca. 1905. Light yellowish brown wool & yellowish white silk chiffon trimmed w/lace of embroidered net underlaid w/cloth of black & gold threads. Suit day bodice has tunic-length jacket open from waist w/uneven hemline & train. Boned bodice dickey attached. Full-length trained chiffon skirt pleated to waistband; woolen border & embroidered net at hem. Pleated chiffon evening bodice w/round neck. Minnesota Historical Society
1900S, 1900 S
Turn of the Century Black Blouse
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1890's Floral Appliqué Bodice x
All The Pretty Dresses: Turn of the Century Black Blouse
Afternoon dress, circa 1903
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Afternoon dress, 1903
The back view of a beautiful dark rusty orange hued afternoon dress, circa 1903. #Edwardian #vintage #fashion #1900s
Corset Covers and Bust Ruffles - Sears Catalog page reprints from "Everyday Fashions, 1909-1920" via American Duchess
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Illustration - Lingerie Vintage - 1912
Corset Covers and Bust Ruffles - Sears Catalog page reprints from "Everyday Fashions, 1912 "
American Duchess: V17: What Real Women Wore in 1912
Your Wardrobe Unlock'd Double Period Project (DPP) 1912 experienced entries
1912 Experiencing, 100Th Birthday, 1912 Shirtwaist Skirts, Dresses, Historical Fashion, Diaries, Pictures Emily, 1912 Outfit, 1912 Fashion
1912 outfit. I always picture Emily looking like this.
1912 outfit, in honor of Arizona's 100th birthday.
Just like Emily- nailed it! Your Wardrobe Unlock'd Double Period Project (DPP) 1912 experienced entries
Grey velvet dress by Thurn from 1910
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Ye Olde Fashion
Swiss ethnic dress 1910
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LADY'S SWISS STYLE REGIONAL 5-PIECE COSTUME, c. 1910. Finely made in yellow and cream cotton with black velvet and lace, front lacing bodice with large puffed sleeve, full skirt with velvet bands, lace trimmed cotton batiste apron, black velvet vest having eight large white metal filigree flowers and hooks closing with a long attached chain having flower finials, black lace cap. Petersham stamped "M.A. Burke Phila. Pa."
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Day Dress. 1910.
Linen Dress, 1910
Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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In 1909, as the Edwardian era came to a close – a strange mode appeared in the form of the hobble skirt – a tubular affair, credited by some to Paul Poiret, [ though no one seems to have wanted to claim credit at the time! ] . Fanny Brice.
Fanny Brice in a hobble skirt, oh i want one! Fanny Brice (occasionally spelled Fannie Brice) was the stage name of Fania Borach, born in New York City, the third child of relatively well-off saloon owners of Hungarian Jewish descent. In 1908, Brice dropped out of school to work in a burlesque revue, and two years later she began her association with Florenz Ziegfeld, headlining his Ziegfeld Follies from 1910 to 1911. She was hired again in 1921 and performed in them into the 1930s. I
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This is called a hobble skirt. The dress is straight and narrow and gathers tightly on the leg around the knee area. There were slits at the bottom that allow for safe walking. The main idea behind this was to resemble a Japanese Geisha.
hobble skirt 1910-1913 I don't care if Louisa May Alcott thought they were ugly; I think it's beautiful, though I admit it's not really the smartest fashion idea ever...
Fanny Brice "Funny Girl", Ziegfeld Follies. New York, 1910.
APPLIQUED WOOL PROMENADE SUIT with SOUTACHE, c. 1904. Purple with appliqued purple velvet scalloped trim, black and white soutache and warp woven ribbon, double black glass button front jacket with loop closures having front point and scalloped back, trained skirt with scalloped trim band. Whitaker Auctions
PURPLE WOOL PROMENADE SUIT, EARLY 20th C.