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19th & 20th Century Dress

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19th & 20th Century Dress

19th & 20th Century Dress

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HobbleSkirt - Postcard c 1913

1912 | Man of Errors

Dress, Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill for the Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna, 1911. Shirred white crêpe de Chine with fabric roses; hat. Postcard showing the dress by Mela Koehler. MAK and Candy Ping Pong blog

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Petticoat 1900s The Metropolitan Museum of Art Pinked hem

1912 dress

Almost Prim Blue and White Dress with Striped Top

Kensington, London (12 July 1905) Skirts are surprising short in this first decade of the new century.

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Notting Hill, North Kensington, London (20 July 1906) These two look very purposeful!

Walking suit

Vintage Magazine Cover - Artist Ruth Eastman - July 1923

Polly & Doris McTeigue 1910

1910 fashion - look at those button and frog closures and that hat!

The Side-swirls hairstyle is associated with the smart educated Edwardian woman. Commonly seen worn with a high necked blouse, giving a clean elegant style. Worn with a collared blouse and necktie, this was the style adopted by women office workers such as typists and secretaries. Often seen in group photographs of women college students.

divided skirts c.1910's

Blue gown, 1913. Text reads: "First prize, Ethel H. Traphagen, Brooklyn, New York."

Agnes Richter, held in an asylum for the insane in the 1890’s, embroidered text on her jacket, which was part of the uniform given to patients at the time.

Dress illustrations | 1922

C. 1904

1918 Spring fashion by Paul Poiret.

Kitchen Apron with pleated trimming. 1871

Y.Yamamoto F/W 1996-97

Victorian White Pinafore

Vitaldi Babani, 1926

George Barbier, November 1914

Two girls knitting FRANK SUTCLIFFE 1870


Les Modes (Paris) October 1909 robe de bal par Paquin