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1890's Fashion

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1890's Fashion

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Seems like something that Mrs. Vanderbilt would wear..."Walking dress, 1899-1900 France, the Met Museum"

1894 afternoon dress, bodice and skirt by Anna Dunlevy, Cincinnati, OH, Cincinnati Art Museum

Woman's Bicycling Ensemble: Bodice, Divided Skirt, and Short Boots Probably made in United States c. 1896

Haas Brothers, two-piece dress, red and white cotton, circa 1894, USA

Bride, 1890.

Ode to Mode, Bride, 1890.

Frederick Loeser, 1893

Victorian sweater ca. 1895

Sweater | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A. Seddeler (left), Dmitry Kardovsky (center) & Vasily Kandinsky (right) in the Azbe-Schule, Munich, Germany, ca. 1897


1890s mens fashion - Google Search

Vintage Men's suit 1890s, How could you not look the Bomb in that?

The vintage four -

H5964 Tea gown, consisting of two bodices and a skirt, silk chiffon, Jays Limited, London, England, 1895-1901 - Powerhouse Museum Collection

~Black bodice with white lace inserts, Jeanne Paquin, ca. 1900-03~ Made of strips of silk chiffon with multiple stitched tucks laid over black taffeta foundation. Strips are woven so as to leave spaces filled with lace inserts, suggesting the Renaissance style of painting, revealing white layer underneath. Sleeves finish in deep funnel cuff. Skirt is missing. Smith College Historic Clothing

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Walking suit | 1897-98 | silk & wool | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Walking suit | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Émilie Marie Bouchaud // 1890s

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Visiting dress, Nadezhda Lamanova, Moscow, mid-1890s. Princess style, made from single pieces of broadcloth running the full length, with flared skirt. Chain-stitch embroidery, sewn with sequins, takes the form of garlands of fine flowers that seem to twine around vertical stripes running from the shoulders. The stripes narrow towards the waist to spread out below as they approach the hem of the skirt, emphasizing its shape. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg

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Dinner dress


Blouse | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dressing gown

Dressing gown | probably French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Afternoon dress


House of Paquin | Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Waistcoat | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Suit | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

An immensely beautiful, puff sleeved, elegantly tailored ensemble dating from 1887-91

Ensemble | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art