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The shirtwaist was the main attire for a Gibson Girl. They had collars, cuffs, and buttons down the front. They worn plainly with a plain skirt. It was a unisex leisure wear garment.

The shirtwaist was the main attire for a Gibson Girl. They had collars, cuffs, and buttons down the front. They worn plainly with a plain skirt. It was a unisex leisure wear garment.

Dress belonging to Empress Maria Fyodorovna, by the fashion house of Charles Worth, Paris, 1890s. Velvet, satin, lace, silk and metal thread. The dress comes with two bodices - one  for evening, the other for day (shown here). State Hermitage Museum, via Tea Time at Winter Palace's Tumblr. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Dress belonging to Empress Maria Fyodorovna, by the fashion house of Charles…

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Shirtwaist Date: ca. 1900 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 19 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Estate of Valerie Dreyfus, 1957

Walking suit ca. 1900-05. Cream wool with lace and soutache in the same color and lined with cream-colored silk satin. All buttonholes hand-sewn. Jacket or coat has fabric-covered buttons and soft, gathered sleeves. Pleated skirt with hook & eye closure. sirikit1010/ebay

Walking suit, circa Cream wool with lace and soutache in the same color and lined with cream-colored silk satin. All buttonholes hand-sewn. Jacket or coat has fabric-covered buttons and soft, gathered sleeves. Pleated skirt with hook and eye closure.

This gown is covered almost entirely in black sequins with some smaller panels of netting. The gown is entirely backed with a heavy silk satin, except for the sleeves, which have a neutral colored chiffon silk under layer. | eBay!

Museum quality early 1900’s edwardian black sequin evening gown with train - m

This gown is covered almost entirely in black sequins with some smaller panels of netting. The gown is entirely backed with a heavy silk satin, except for the sleeves, which have a neutral colored chiffon silk under layer.

High-necked gown, House of Worth, ca. 1895. One-piece black satin brocaded with black and pale gold leaves. Boned bodice, front self-buttons, gigot sleeves, black beadwork. Bodice insert of openwork metallic gold flanked by embroidered net. Hem of dagger points lined in black silk faille, hidden back pocket, train. Whitaker Auctions

High-necked gown, House of Worth, ca. One-piece black satin brocaded with black and pale gold leaves.

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