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vintage actress gertie millar by wotdoin

1900

Late Victorian or Edwardian women with beautiful lace dress and hat.

imagenes de fotos victorianas - Buscar con Google

Victorian lady roller-skaters - instead of holding each others hands like lots of skaters did at the time, they hold their own hands. Very independent women!

Actress Gabrielle Ray, ca. 1907

Gabrielle Ray April 1883 - 21 May was an English stage actress, dancer and singer, best known for her roles in Edwardian musical comedies.

PARASOL & FAN

Feathers and bows and parasols oh my!

https://flic.kr/p/f9Aswv | robe du soir 1910 | Les Modes (Paris) May 1910 Robe du soir par Redfern Robe du soir, fond en mousseline saumon recouverte d’une tunique de voile gris brodé du même ton.

an evening gown "robe du soir" 1910 Late Victorian/Early Edwardian era.

Victorians

Royal Denmark Siblings: Alexandra, Queen of England, George I of Greece & Dagmar, Tsarina Maria Feodorovna of Russia.

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Mother and daughter (or sisters?) in "Bavarian" costumes, c.

kids+victorian+clothing | Late Victorian Era Clothing: Late Victorian Era Children's Clothing ...

Late Victorian Era Clothing: Late Victorian Era Children's Clothing - Autumn 1874 Fashion Book by Cavendish House, London

1907.

fawnvelveteen: Robe de visite par Redfern, Look at that waist. How did she breath?

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1900 Any educated person knows this: the belle époque is the most unfortunate moment of dress. Corsets, polisones and feathered hats, but without the grace of the XVIII.

Moda de la época porfiriana.

Trois élégantes en toilette (Agence Rol), D Gin, 'Mother' (Mabel) is…

Подростковая мода XIX века - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Victorian Fashion Plate Ah, the natural form era.

Victorian

Vintage French RPPC Postcard Artist Stage Star Miss de Brozzia Paul Boyer

The look on her face is how I feel daily...

What a lovely hairstyle!

beautiful

I think this is an Edwardian style, if I'm not mistaken.