Edwardian Corset

extreme long line corsets mainly vertical seaming and boning channels streamlining of hips straight 'neckline' cutting either mid or below the bust usually accompanied by suspenders neutral colours little or no hand finishing internal boning channels

The "sinking ship" dress from Titanic. I've wanted to make this one for a number of years.

The "sinking ship" dress from Titanic. This is probably my favorite dress from Titanic

Vintage Fashion: This delicate, pink silk lace nightdress, features a fashionable high waistline. Circa 1900. Photo Credit: Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums

Vintage Fashion: This delicate, pink silk lace nightdress, features a fashionable high waistline. Circa Photo Credit: Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums

Corset & Chemise: ca. 1905, floral-brocaded silk, silk ribbon, elastic; chemise - cotton, silk ribbon.

Corset and chemise, circa From the Collection of The Museum at FIT / Early twentieth-century corsets rested low on the bosom, and extended over the hips. When laced, the so-called “straight-front” corset provided an “S curve” that pushed the.

Antique Dress 1890s to 1915 Edwardian Cotton Lawn or Tea Batiste Cotton Dress Size XX Small The entire dress is embroidered with "white work or French knotting". On the back of the dress, there are bu

Antique 1900 Victorian Embroidered Tea Dress

Antique Dress to 1915 Edwardian Cotton Lawn or Tea Batiste Cotton Dress Size XX Small The entire dress is embroidered with "white work or French knotting". On the back of the dress, there are bu

1900-05 lovely yellow sateen with Maltese lace and plush trim.  Note 3 hooks at waist.

A bright and lovely French silk corset from between 1890 and I adore how the introduction of colour completely changes the character of satin corsetry.

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