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Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Style on Display

Sweet Sixteen evening dress with white spotted tulle, ivory silk taffeta + cream silk velvet, embellished with coral beads + clear rhinestones

dress 1904-1905

ephemeral-elegance: “ Silk Faille and Lace Tea Gown, ca. Palazzo Pitti via Europeana Fashion ”

. @wwd  story on @hillwoodmuseum "Ingenue to Icon," slideshow featuring apparel of Marjorie Merriweather Post: Afternoon Dress (Photo by Renée Comet: http://cometphoto.com/ )

Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Style on Display

Dress,1909-11, Mrs.Dunstan, American, silk, metall

Dress to 11 - American - silk, metal by Mrs. Dunstan, well-known New York dressmaker that made use of elements in this dress such as the bolero - and- vestee configuration. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sweet Sixteen Evening Dress, Washington D.C., 1903, White spotted tulle, ivory silk taffeta, cream silk velvet, coral beads, clear rhinestones.

Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Style on Display

ephemeral-elegance: “Sweet Sixteen Evening Dress, 1903 Worn by Marjorie Merriweather Post Hillwood Estates vie WWD ”

“Oak Leaf Dress” designed by Worth for Lady Mary Curzon ca. 1902 From the Fashion Museum, Bath on Twitter  Fripperies and Fobs

France Yellow silk evening dress with oak leaf design by Jean-Philippe Worth, worn by Lady Curzon Fashion Museum Bath