tabodesign: Three women in Aesthetic dress, ca. This fashion trend of the late century favored looser clothing and materials rather than the more rigid bustles of the day.
Aesthetic dress of the Victorian dress reform movement. The ones on the left and right remind me of marg simpsons sisters.
Aesthetic dress of the Victorian dress reform movement. They have no corsets; very daring for the time.
Women in aesthetic dress. Mother and her two daughters posing in a large garden in aesthetic dress. The girl on the right shows the cut of the dress best with its buttoned back skirt and similar trim on the sleeve.
Aesthetic dress of the Victorian dress reform movement ~ love 'em.
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Can you tell I really am enamoured with this dress movement? A recap, the dress movement was entirely intertwined with the Pre-Raphaelite a.
A true Gibson Girl. My hair style in the Actually this is a rare glimpse of a rather serious looking Victorian bride who is being dressed for her big day.
forties-fifties-sixties-love: “ Dressing the bride, 1890 Source: my-ear-trumpet ”
Dressing the Bride; It was a whole construct which built up the volume of the dress from the underclothes up. And the corset was central to this. But you can't even see it anymore, she covered it with a corset cover.
happy family, with little miss psychopath itching to pounce!
Harpo Marx and Amelia Earhart on the set of Horse Feathers. Not two people you would think of in the same breath. This seems so random I love it.
Amelia Earhart: Amelia Earhart and Harpo Marx, dressed as a dog catcher, ca. George Palmer Putnam Collection of Amelia Earhart Papers, Courtesy of Purdue University Libraries, Karnes Archives and Special Collections.
Harpo Marx & Amelia Erhart what an awesome photograph :)
Harpo Marx and Amelia Earhart♛ ♛~✿Ophelia Ryan ✿~♛
A Posthumous Portrait? (Father and Son Don't Look Much Alive -and Maybe the Lady Too-). 'Posthumous Portraits' were very common during the Century. The corpses were place into position before they got Rigus Mortis' for the Picture.