Petra Blechschmidt

Petra Blechschmidt

Petra Blechschmidt
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a-harlots-progress:  Day dress, Toronto, 1910. Skirt has an asymmetrical overskirt slanting from hem to knee at the side seam. The skirt has no train, but is longer in the back than in the front. High lace collar and beaded and embroidered passementerie appliqued above the waist. Custom-made at Eaton’s department store.

a-harlots-progress: Day dress, Toronto, 1910. Skirt has an asymmetrical overskirt slanting from hem to knee at the side seam. The skirt has no train, but is longer in the back than in the front. High lace collar and beaded and embroidered passementerie appliqued above the waist. Custom-made at Eaton’s department store.

Knöpfli XL - Loop & Schal - Wickelschal mit Knopf von Artilicious Gratis Ohrring Aktion auf DaWanda.com

Knöpfli© XL - Loop & Schal - Wickelschal mi... - *Endlich ist er da: das Knöpfli XL.* - Wickelschal mit Knopf - Unsere neue große Loop Variante *Knöpfli XL* ist Kuschelloop und klassischer Schal in einem. Größe 154 cm X 30 cm. Verarbeitet ...

Suit, Frederick Bosworth, ca. 1908. Lilac-gray wool with military-style frogging in silk braid; lined in lilac silk. Jacket is hip length and princess-cut; gored skirt sits 2 inches off the ground and is slightly flared. Bosworth was once manager of the London branch of Redfern before setting up his own ladies’ tailoring business. Victoria & Albert Museum

Suit, Frederick Bosworth, ca. 1908. Lilac-gray wool with military-style frogging in silk braid; lined in lilac silk. Jacket is hip length and princess-cut; gored skirt sits 2 inches off the ground and is slightly flared. Bosworth was once manager of the London branch of Redfern before setting up his own ladies’ tailoring business. Victoria & Albert Museum

Mourning Dress and accessories. During the Victorian era through the early 20th century, mourning ritual and dress were observed for six months to a year. The etiquette of how to dress, in terms of clothing and jewelry was observed by American and British alike,

Mourning Dress and accessories. During the Victorian era through the early 20th century, mourning ritual and dress were observed for six months to a year. The etiquette of how to dress, in terms of clothing and jewelry was observed by American and British alike,