Woman's Dress and Jacket    Made in United States, North and Central America  c. 1908    Sold by John Wanamaker Company, American, 1876 - 1995

Woman's Dress and Jacket Made in United States, North and Central America c. 1908 Sold by John Wanamaker Company, American, 1876 - 1995

Lucy Adlington models a WW1 brown silk day dress and orange cotton petticoat for History Wardrobe and "Great War Fashion"

Lucy Adlington models a WW1 brown silk day dress and orange cotton petticoat for History Wardrobe and "Great War Fashion"

Lucile (Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon) Blue figured silk evening dress with gold net sleeves and train embroidered in gold metal strip and decorated with blue gems and tassels, 1911.Worn by Esme Giffard (née Wallace), daughter of Lucile, to celebrate the Coronation of King George V in 1911 and later altered for a Ball in 1919

Lucile (Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon) Blue figured silk evening dress with gold net sleeves and train embroidered in gold metal strip and decorated with blue gems and tassels, 1911.Worn by Esme Giffard (née Wallace), daughter of Lucile, to celebrate the Coronation of King George V in 1911 and later altered for a Ball in 1919

Pinterest
Search