Embroidered Batiste Dot blouse vintage Edwardian by DearGolden

Embroidered Batiste Dot blouse • vintage Edwardian blouse • white 1910s blouse

Embroidered Batiste Dot blouse vintage Edwardian by DearGolden

1970s GUNNE SAX blouse. I'm pretty sure I had this exact blouse - I totally loved Gunne Sax!!! **Felt pretty feminine wearing these**

1970s GUNNE SAX blouse / Edwardian lace and gauze ruffle top, size m - l

1970s GUNNE SAX blouse. I'm pretty sure I had this exact blouse - I totally loved Gunne Sax!!! **Felt pretty feminine wearing these**

Rose-colored gown, Emma Wagen, Lucerne, ca. 1910. Embroidered with silk slightly lighter than fabric. Lace trim at cuffs, yoke, and neck. Closes with hidden hooks and snaps. AntiqueDress.com

Rose-colored gown, Emma Wagen, Lucerne, ca. 1910. Embroidered with silk slightly lighter than fabric. Lace trim at cuffs, yoke, and neck. Closes with hidden hooks and snaps. AntiqueDress.com

Evening Dress, 1909, Callot Soeurs, Paris. Silk mesh embellished with celluloid sequins and paste gems, via Gregg Museum of Art & Design.

Evening Dress, 1909, Callot Soeurs, Paris. Silk mesh embellished with celluloid sequins and paste gems, via Gregg Museum of Art & Design.

La Belle Epoque.  The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French pronunciation: [bɛlepɔk]; French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1890 and ending when World War I began in 1914.

La Belle Epoque. The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French pronunciation: [bɛlepɔk]; French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1890 and ending when World War I began in 1914.

Four young Edwardian women in bathing costumes posing for the camera at the beach, c 1910.

Four young Edwardian women in bathing costumes posing for the camera at the beach, c 1910.

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