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Period Dress - 1901 to 1910 inc. 1911-1913 (Edwardian)
Period Dress - 1901 to 1910 inc. 1911-1913 (Edwardian)
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Edwardian Velvet Blazer
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Love this Edwardian Jacket
EDWARDIAN VELVET BLAZER by the Victorian Trading Co.
Beautiful Velvet #Beautiful Skirts
Edwardian styled black velvet jacket #black #style
Very much my style. Edwardian style black velvet blazer from Victorian Trading Co.
1902-05 evening coat
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Evening Coat 1902-1905 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1905 evening wrap
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Worth evening wrap, #Vintage Styles| http://vintage-styles-186.blogspot.com
1905, house of worth, wrap. This represents the last gasp of the Victorian fashion for me.
Wrap, Evening. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: ca. 1905. Culture: #Beautiful Dress| http://beautiful-dress-kathleen.blogspot.com
1905, Evening wrap by the House of Worth. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
Evening Wrap Made By The House Of Worth - French c.1905 - The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Caplet, 1900, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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Evening mantle from Le Bon Marché department store, 1900 France, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Emerald green evening mantle with black jet beading and diamante trim, cream chiffon and lace lining. Labeled: “Au Bon Marché, Maison A. Boucicaut, Paris.”
Emerald green evening mantle with black jet beading and diamante trim, cream chiffon, and lace lining. Labeled: "Au Bon March??, Maison A. Boucicaut, Paris." #cape #1900s
Worth Opera coat 1900
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Charles Worth, ca 1900; French opera coat. Bias cut, Chine taffeta, wool, satin, lace, embroidery.
Worth opera Coat 1900
Cape, Evening Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1900–1905 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk, rhinestones Dimensions: Length at CB: 60 in. (152.4 cm)
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Jacques Doucet Evening Cape | Met Museum | c. 1900-1905
Cape, Evening Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 18531929 Paris) Date: 19001905 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk, rhinestones Dimensions: Length at CB: 60 in. (152.4 cm)
Evening Cape, Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris): 1900-1905, French, wool/silk/rhinestones. "Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque. The House of Doucet began as a family business, specializing in women's lingerie and laces, as well as articles of clothing for men. Founded in 1817, the company rose to fame under the hand of Jacques. The house was known for its luxurious offerings, which were worn and coveted by royalty, members of the elite society in both Europe and America, and actresses of the stage. This evening cape of silk, lace and rhinestones is a grand outer garment, befitting its wearer. Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson held a prominent place in New York society, and as part of her role, dressed in only the finest clothes. The voluminous layers are dramatic, the pink chiffon and the lace of the dress feminizing. The combination of multiple exquisite materials is a true hallmark of the House of Doucet." Marking: Label: "Doucet/Paris" Handwritten in pencil on tape label: "81889"
Elegant orange Doucet evening cape, c. 1900-1905. #Edwardian #vintage #fashion #capes
1900 1905 0. Evening cape Evening cape Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1900–1905 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk, rhinestones Dimensions: Length at CB: 60 in. (152.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Orme and R. Thornton Wilson in memory of Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949
Coat with soutache, 1913
Patterns Tiden, Nationalmuseet, 1 Dolls Clothes Patterns Tips, Graph Patterns, 1910S
Red wrap coat, dated 1914, Danish, National Museet collection: 1185/1937. Site in Danish. Also has a graphed pattern taken from the extant coat.
Coat, ca 1914, Nationalmuseet
Linen coat, ca. 1911
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c. 1910 Ecru Cashmere Regency Style Triple Caped Coat with Embroidered Velvet Collar and Art Nouveau Dragonfly Buttons
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c. 1910 Ecru Cashmere Regency Style Triple Caped Coat with Embroidered Velvet Collar and Art Nouveau Dragonfly Buttons!! Do you love Jane Austen movies? Can't get enough of the Regency style? Obviously neither could the designer of this Edwardian coat. As close as you can get to the style of a Pelisse from the early 1800's. I believe it's cashmere (or the finest wool coat you'll find). The intricate design silk embroidery on the cafe-au-lait colored velvet collar is in mint condition.
The weird thing is... the style of this Regency coat is not so different than today.
c. 1908 Ecru Cashmere Regency Style Coat
Antique Dress - Item for Sale
Amazing design, vintage Edwardian cashmere cape! - 1912
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Reville & Rossiter Ltd. cashmere and velvet cloak with silk taffeta lining, c. 1912 (CAPES GIRL!)
Amazing design, vintage Edwardian cashmere cape, 1912. LOVE!!
What a beguiling, deeply wonderful Edwardian cape design from 1912. #cape #clothing #fashion #vintage #antique #1910s #Edwardian
Evening Coat, Jacques Doucet, 1902, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fur Coats, Jacques Doucet, 1900S, Costumes, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Fashion, Fallwinter 1902, Belle Epoque, Metropolitan Museums
Evening coat Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: fall/winter 1902 Culture: French Medium: wool, fur, silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in. (132.1 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Robert G. Olmsted and Constable MacCracken, 1969 Accession Number: 2009.300.471
Evening Coat, Jacques Doucet, 1902 From The Metropolitan Museum of Art vintage fashion | Tumblr
day dress 1901 - 1902
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1901 Two-piece natural colored linen dress with green silk underslip. Linen fabric purchased in Cuba by donor and dress constructed by the Misses Leonard, St. Paul dressmakers. Collections Online : mnhs.org
Holly's Three Sisters Costume
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
Collections Online : mnhs.org
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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Day dress, probably British, circa 1906-1908. 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. Via madaboutfans on eBay.
Mourning Dress 1910-1912 The Victoria & Albert Museum
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Mourning Dress 1910-1912 The Victoria Albert Museum
The high-waisted black cashmere kimono-like gown is trimmed with striking notes of purple and a wide draped purple sash of silk crepe. It has an unusual bodice (without centre back seam), incorporating bat-wing sleeves with long, tapered cuffs and a wired 'Tudor'-style, heart-shaped collar. The gown wraps over and fastens along the left front with tiny press-studs under a line of blind buttonholes with pendant buttons.
Half Mourning Dress (I like the colors.)
Dress | John Redfern | V&A Search the Collections
c. 1912 French Couture walking suit
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Victorian Dresses - Edwardian Clothing | Past Perfect Vintage 1912 Agnes
1910s Edwardian French Couture Walking Suit By Mme. Havet for the House of Agnes
~1912 Agnes/Mme Havet Couture Suit in greige silk faille~ #1910sdaywear #havet
Antique Victorian and Edwardian Vintage Clothing at Past Perfect Vintage.com
c. 1912 French Couture walking suit. I would love to wear this now!
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.
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Pink wool suit, 1906. Two pieces, trimmed with pink ribbon and lace. Made by dressmaker Julia Tomasek, St. Paul, Minnesota. Minnesota Historical Society Collections. Note: This is clearly not 1906 -- the long ruched sleeves of the dress and the knee-length jacket were particular features of 1909 fashion that did not exist prior to that year nor after early 1910.
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
1900S, 1900 10S, Shorts Jackets, 1900 1919, 1900 1910, 1900 S, 1900 1920, 1900 1909, Metropolitan Museums
Suit, Raudnitz and Co.-Huet and Chéruit, ca. 1905. Wool, silk, cotton, linen. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Let's take a moment to revel in the structure of the short jacket and the pleats on this skirt.
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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HISTORICAL BROWN & BRONZE PRINTED DRESSES
Day Dress c. 1912
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Day Dress, c. 1912, silk and lace. "This afternoon dress was worn by Maud Messel."
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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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Edwardian Day Dress, European, early 1910s. Racing blue silk with ecru lace, embroidery, and large decorative walnut buttons. (Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum)
1900's jacket front
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1900s jacket front
Whitaker Auctions, 1885, side saddle riding habit
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. Bust 30, waist 22, sleeve 24, legging length 40
Dress, 1901-1903. American. Wool. Met Museum
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Wool full length Dress, 1901-1903. American. Met Museum
Wool Evening Dress, 1901-1903. American. Metropolitan Museum.
Dress, 1901-1903. American. Wool. It's amazing how they manage to drape a traditionally heavy fabric. This is a great winter dress for her.
Dress Designer: M. Schiff Date: 1901–3 Culture: American Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 24 3/4 in. (62.9 cm) Length at CB (b): 47 1/2 in. (120.7 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Saidie E. Scudder, 1995 Accession Number: 1995.507.1a, b
Dress (back) 1901-03
Day Dress circa 1901/1903
M. Schiff | Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1902 Walking Suit