A beautiful c. 1910s fashion postcard with art by C.W. Barber. #vintage #1910s #Edwardian #fashion

A beautiful c. 1910s fashion postcard with art by C.W. Barber. #vintage #1910s #Edwardian #fashion

House of Worth, beaded silk faille dress, circa 1890. (back view). From Vintage Textile.

Worth beaded silk faille dress, The brilliant dress is trimmed with black lace, black jet beads, and black satin ribbon.

Victor Lhuer 1913 Journal des Dames et des Modes Costumes Parisiens Pochoir N°89 Garden Party

Victor Lhuer 1913 Journal des Dames et des Modes Costumes Parisiens Pochoir N°89 Garden Party

Toque Madame Alphonsine (French) Department Store: Alphonsine et Cie (French) Date: ca. 1910 Culture: French Medium: silk, linen, feather, synthetic, rhinestones Dimensions: 14 x 11 1/2 in. (35.6 x 29.2 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Amelia Beard Hollenback, 1966 Accession Number: 2009.300.1565

Toque by Madame Alphonsine Department Store: Alphonsine et Cie (French) Date: ca. 1910 Medium: silk, linen, feather, synthetic, rhinestones Dimensions: 14 x 11 in.

George Barbier 1913 Journal des Dames et des Modes Costumes Parisiens N°71

George Barbier 1913 Journal des Dames et des Modes Costumes Parisiens N°71

croquis  Fashion in the 1920's was very outrageous and different to before this time period. Women started to dress bolder by showing more skin and men started to shy away from old styles into a more modern suit.

Art Deco Fashion in the was very outrageous and different to before this time period. Women started to dress bolder by showing more skin and men started to shy away from old styles into a more modern suit.

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