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This walking suit was worn by Maud Messel. It comprises a jacket and skirt in grey marled wool crêpe. The jacket is in the Directoire style. It has a peplum skirt below the pleated waistband and a white spotted net and silk insert at the chest with a high standing collar. Its square collar and turned back cuffs are trimmed with black silk cord. The cuffs also have frilled white lace trimming. The jacket has a boned bodice, lined with black silk. It fastens with large black grosgrain…

This walking suit was worn by Maud Messel. It comprises a jacket and skirt in grey marled wool crêpe. The jacket is in the Directoire style. It has a peplum skirt below the pleated waistband and a white spotted net and silk insert at the chest with a high standing collar. Its square collar and turned back cuffs are trimmed with black silk cord. The cuffs also have frilled white lace trimming. The jacket has a boned bodice, lined with black silk. It fastens with large black grosgrain…

circa 1915 Gray Silk "Suffragette" Suit with White Embroidered Blouse and Hat

1915 Gray Silk "Suffragette" Suit with White Embroidered Blouse and Hat (side)

This brown and grey dress was worn by Marion Sambourne. It is made of silk. The skirt is ruched at the front, has a large bustle at the back and a frill all around the hem. The fitted day bodice has full-length sleeves, turned back cuffs and 'fishtail' detailing at the back. The designer of the dress is unknown; it dates to circa 1874 and is probably part of Marion's wedding trousseau. Brighton Hove Museum

This brown and grey dress was worn by Marion Sambourne. It is made of silk. The skirt is ruched at the front, has a large bustle at the back and a frill all around the hem. The fitted day bodice has full-length sleeves, turned back cuffs and 'fishtail' detailing at the back. The designer of the dress is unknown; it dates to circa 1874 and is probably part of Marion's wedding trousseau. Brighton Hove Museum

Evening dress 1902

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal.

19th century maternity style - nightgown.jpg

Historical style: Maternity fashion across the ages

Tea Gown: ca. "This tea gown or maternity dress was probably worn by Maud Messel when pregnant with her daughter Anne in

A whitework-embroidered summer gown, ca. 1912, the bodice with cutwork and tucked tulle insertions. Kerry Taylor Auctions/LiveAuctioneers

A whitework-embroidered summer gown, ca. the bodice with cutwork and tucked tulle insertions.

Wedding dress, 1910. Lilac plain-weave cotton and machine lace. Long princess-lined gown with flared skirt and rows of pintucks. Museum of London

Wedding dress, Lilac plain-weave cotton and machine lace. Long princess-lined gown with flared skirt and rows of pintucks

1895 dress

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1895 cotton print dress was de-accessioned from a major New York City museum collection. Fabric has black pattern on white background.

This brown and grey dress was worn by Marion Sambourne. It is made of silk. The skirt is ruched at the front, has a large bustle at the back and a frill all around the hem. The fitted day bodice has full-length sleeves, turned back cuffs and 'fishtail' detailing at the back. The designer of the dress is unknown; it dates to circa 1874 and is probably part of Marion's wedding trousseau. Brighton Hove Museum

This brown and grey dress was worn by Marion Sambourne. It is made of silk. The skirt is ruched at the front, has a large bustle at the back and a frill all around the hem. The fitted day bodice has full-length sleeves, turned back cuffs and 'fishtail' detailing at the back. The designer of the dress is unknown; it dates to circa 1874 and is probably part of Marion's wedding trousseau. Brighton Hove Museum

This walking suit was worn by Maud Messel. It comprises a jacket and skirt in grey marled wool crêpe. The jacket is in the Directoire style. It has a peplum skirt below the pleated waistband and a white spotted net and silk insert at the chest with a high standing collar. Its square collar and turned back cuffs are trimmed with black silk cord. The cuffs also have frilled white lace trimming. The jacket has a boned bodice, lined with black silk. It fastens with large black grosgrain…

This walking suit was worn by Maud Messel. It comprises a jacket and skirt in grey marled wool crêpe. The jacket is in the Directoire style. It has a peplum skirt below the pleated waistband and a white spotted net and silk insert at the chest with a high standing collar. Its square collar and turned back cuffs are trimmed with black silk cord. The cuffs also have frilled white lace trimming. The jacket has a boned bodice, lined with black silk. It fastens with large black grosgrain…

This is a group of two cream lace blouses worn by Maud Messel, made between 1900 and 1908. One blouse has a high neck and thick cuffs embroidered with flowers and green silk ribbons, with long puffed sleeves and small cream polka dots and flowers. The other blouse, in metal thread with polka dots and bows, has a chemisette and a pair of matching mittens. The makers of these blouses are unknown. These blouses are part of the Messel Dress Collection, which includes six generations of one…

This is a group of two cream lace blouses worn by Maud Messel, made between 1900 and 1908. One blouse has a high neck and thick cuffs embroidered with flowers and green silk ribbons, with long puffed sleeves and small cream polka dots and flowers. The other blouse, in metal thread with polka dots and bows, has a chemisette and a pair of matching mittens. The makers of these blouses are unknown. These blouses are part of the Messel Dress Collection, which includes six generations of one…

This suit designed in circa 1915-1920 was worn by Maud Messel. The dress is made of brown silk georgette, trimmed with rows of glass beads. It has a low v-shaped cross-over neckline with turned back lapels, full length sleeves and a long gathered skirt with a tie belt. Under the dress was worn a grey silk and brown chiffon slip. The matching jacket has a collar of swansdown. The suit is an example of Maud Messel's fashionable daywear of the mid-late 1910s. This suit is part of the Messel…

This suit designed in circa 1915-1920 was worn by Maud Messel. The dress is made of brown silk georgette, trimmed with rows of glass beads. It has a low v-shaped cross-over neckline with turned back lapels, full length sleeves and a long gathered skirt with a tie belt. Under the dress was worn a grey silk and brown chiffon slip. The matching jacket has a collar of swansdown. The suit is an example of Maud Messel's fashionable daywear of the mid-late 1910s. This suit is part of the Messel…

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