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Edwardian street wear, The plaited braid of hair means she's still a girl, though the ankle length skirt means she's not far off adulthood. Nice to see a back view.

Lily Elsie -- a famous English Actress who rose to fame in 1907. She was one of the most photographed women of the era. She really is lovely, look at her hair!

French Fashions from 1905-06 How women were so covered with the very idea of conservativeness from head to toe. (Wig to foot length dress)

Gothic steampunk black Victorian riding hat

I heart this Edwardian sapphire and diamond ring.

All views of an antique sapphire and diamond ring with a 1.20 carat heart shaped center diamond. At Lang Antiques.

Today, we’re sharing exclusive photos of this home that you won’t see anywhere else. Take a peek inside the bedroom.#interior #bedroom #modern #dwell Photo by @sharyncairns Architecture by @nestarchi Story: An Unassuming Edwardian Saves the Best for Out Back To continue the story, head to the link in our bio. Part 4

Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave, Great Britain, 1892-1895. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Mrs Herbert Roberts, Lady Clwyd, is seen wearing the dress, which was probably from her trousseau, in George Clausen's 1894 portrait, now located at Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool (photo via BBC Your Paintings).

Woman's aesthetic or reform dress and bodice in wool with a ribbed weave, Great Britain, 1892-1895. The dress is a pinafore style, worn over a matching chocolate-brown silk satin bodice with a high braided gilt collar. Photos © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Mrs Herbert Roberts, Lady Clwyd, is seen wearing the dress, which was probably from her trousseau, in George Clausen's 1894 portrait, now located at Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool (photo via BBC Your Paintings).