Edwardian Gowns

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Promenade dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Women's dress with day and evening bodices : Collections Online

Woman’s taupe silk faille suit, c. 1912

The long slender skirt, matching jacket and chiffon bodice are quite stylish for the early 20th century. This suit was worn by Eulalie Northrop (1891-1964) who married John Furman Wall in 1912 in Marion. It may have been part of her trousseau. Gift of Julie Rieger (Eulalie’s granddaughter) in 2007

Lavender satin dress : Collections Online

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Gorgeous ca. 1905 silk taffeta afternoon dress or reception gown in a tone on then orange stripe and with a floral and polka dot brocade. The dress

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“Day ensemble, 1906. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.”

1910 - Paris Summer Fashions - amusing review.

Its summer 1910 and the Los Angeles Herald reviews the newest gowns. By A.T Ashmore Selecting gowns for the summer outfit involves far more thought, time and patience than can be realized by the uninitiated

EDWARDIAN SILK DAY DRESS, c. 1905

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