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Slip Date: 1920s Culture: American or European Medium: silk

Silk 1920s lingerie slip dress Oh my goodness please may I have this?

Underwear, 1928–1929...Undergarments worn in the 1920s were a steep departure from the waist-sucking, back-arching corsets of the previous decades. Gone was the Edwardian S-curve corset, meant to shrink the waist and emphasize the backside. It was replaced with garments designed to flatten the chest, hips and derriere.

I want to try to sew something like this

1910's American chemise. The lace channel for the ribbon at the waist is something I have to try, I think.

Embroidered silk nightgown, Chinese, early 1920s. Worn by Mrs. Herbert Sage Mesick (part of a lingerie set, with slip, and tap pants and bra).

Chemise. Again; I'd remake it and wear the hell out of it as a dress!

(1/2) Chemise Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: cotton

En el siglo XX, la creación del nylon y la lycra favoreció a la masificación de la ropa interior en todos los segmentos; además de brindar mayor comodidad dio pase a la moda y sofisticación. Pese a ello los años 30, 40 y 50 son considerados como décadas poco sensuales y muy conservadoras en lo que se refiere a lencería.

Chemise Close-up Chemise Metropolitan Museum of Art Date: ca. 1860 Accession Number: C.I.46.33.4