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What she wore. Women, women’s dress & textiles mainly C18th-C20th. Please follow if interest is genuine.

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3 days ago
A ray of sunshine to brighten your day. Madame Grès evening dress in yellow silk jersey; pleated draped bodice with full-length skirt. Alix, France 1939 @NGVMelbourne #Gr ès #fashionhistory
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This sweetheart of a silk twill dress is English c1810-15 @museumatFIT . The embroidered panel at the hem of the dress, probably worn for evening, features a meandering, naturalistic design of roses #fashionhistory
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RT @hauntedohiobook : #FolkloreThursday [Reported in 1920, but older] It is bad luck to put on or try on a mourning veil [unless in actual…
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Shoulder puffs made England 1820s-30s @V_and_A #fashionhistory
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'Crinolettes or half-crinolines, marked the mid-point between the cage crinoline & the bustle. They often had extra loops of steel, which acted like a bustle.' More below @V_and_A #fashionhistory
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RT @wikivictorian : Afternoon jacket by House of Worth, 1895. France. The MET.
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A very different green for this silk dress, British ca 1870 @metmuseum #dress #fashionhistory . More images below.
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Love the colour & the pretty trimmings here. Machine-stitched day dress consisting of a bodice, skirt, overskirt & waist sash made of green silk woven with a horizontal stripe. Made in Gt Britain, 1868. More below @V_and_A #dress #fashionhistory
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RT @sewistorical : Victorian sleeves from the 1890s required some sort of support to achieve their enormous proportions. Sleeve supports, 1…
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