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  • Diana Ferrari

    Garden Party - Vintage Style

  • Pamela Rossner

    Rows of lovely young women sporing satin bow adorned white gowns. Debutantes.

  • G.D. Falksen

    vintage gowns

  • Susy Lopez ♥♡♥♡♥

    1895 Class Day On the Lawn Seniors gather on the lawn for Class Day, the last time before graduation that the class meets as a group, 1895. © Vassar College, Archives & Special Collections Ref. # Ph.f4.12...Now this is a beautiful picture to truly appreciated the dresses of the day.*****Love <3 love this photo!!*****

  • Ana

    vintage wedding photo

  • Lorna

    lesbellesepoques: Fashionable ladies at a lawn party circa 1890

  • Ashley

    Victorian dresses

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I am positively smitten with both of these lovely young Victorian women's dresses.

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