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Day dress ca. 1905-06. White cotton with machine lace. Full skirt, smocking at waist, high collar, soft bodice, & elbow-length puffed sleeves. Cut without waist seam; fitting is by rows of ruching. Lower skirt has machine-embroidered white dots as well as lace. Interior bodice is white cotton; dress hooks in back. Past Perfect Vintage

Day dress ca. 1905-06. White cotton with machine lace. Full skirt, smocking at waist, high collar, soft bodice, & elbow-length puffed sleeves. Cut without waist seam; fitting is by rows of ruching. Lower skirt has machine-embroidered white dots as well as lace. Interior bodice is white cotton; dress hooks in back. Past Perfect Vintage

Engagement dress, Redfern, Paris, 1909. Silk, pearls, metal thread, lace. Museum of Applied Art, Belgrade

Engagement dress, Redfern, Paris, 1909. Silk, pearls, metal thread, lace. Museum of Applied Art, Belgrade

Viktorianische Mode, Viktorianischen Ära, Historisches Kostüm, Historische Kleidung, Nachmittagskleider, Martin O'malley, Kleid Designs, Metropolitan Museum, Silk More

Historische Kleidung, Jahrhundert, Schnittmuster, Bilder, 18. Jahrhundert Kleidung, 18. Jahrhundert Mode, Metropolitan Museum, Kunstmuseum, Museen

1900s Evening Dress: Followed the same silhouette as daytime, but made of softer lace or sheer fabric at the neckline with ruffled decorative sleeves covering the upper part of the arms, which featured the skirt gowns full detail that either extended to the floor or tailed along the floor.

1900s Evening Dress: Followed the same silhouette as daytime, but made of softer lace or sheer fabric at the neckline with ruffled decorative sleeves covering the upper part of the arms, which featured the skirt gowns full detail that either extended to the floor or tailed along the floor.

Circa 1879 Maternity dress by Worth. Silk, metallic thread, silk velvet, machine-made lace, and cotton.

Circa 1879 Maternity dress by Worth. Silk, metallic thread, silk velvet, machine-made lace, and cotton.

Woman's Dress and Jacket    Made in United States, North and Central America  c. 1908    Sold by John Wanamaker Company, American, 1876 - 1995

Woman's Dress and Jacket Made in United States, North and Central America c. 1908 Sold by John Wanamaker Company, American, 1876 - 1995

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