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Ladies & Girls - October 1898

A variety of Dressy Frocks for Misses and Girls from the October 1898 edition of The Delineator magazine.

1910s Children's fashion. 1910 was one of the first times that children were seen wearing clothing that was not a complete replica of those that adults were also wearing. New children's clouting allowed more movement and less restriction. However, girls were still wearing dresses with dropped waists and pleated skirts.

1910 was one of the first times that children were seen wearing clothing that was not a complete replica of those that adults were also wearing. New children's clothing allowed more movement and less restriction.

1891-1892, Plate 051. Fashion plates, 1700-1955. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Woodman Thompson (b17520939) | This 1892 fashion plate advertises a coat for a six-year-old girl (“petite fille de six ans”). #fashion

Plate Fashion plates, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. This 1892 fashion plate advertises a coat for a six-year-old girl (“petite fille de six ans”)

LÁMINAS ANTIGUAS 3-Ideas y Trabajos terminados (pág. 98) | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

LÁMINAS ANTIGUAS 3-Ideas y Trabajos terminados

LÁMINAS ANTIGUAS 3-Ideas y Trabajos terminados (pág. 98) | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

'Misses and Children's Evening Dress'. An American Gilded Age, fashion plate, that was featured in the women's magazine, The Delineator, published in NYC - December c.1898. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Magazine Art)

'Misses and Children's Evening Dress', an American Gilded Age, fashion plate. That was featured in the women's magazine, The Delineator, published in NYC - December ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Magazine Art)

The Staten Island Tennis Club, 1892.  New York Photo: Alice Austin...

Chronically Vintage: Serving up some vintage tennis history and fashion staten island tennis club 1892

http://wordplay.hubpages.com/hub/scroll-work-Victorian-designs

Free Victorian Art Designs: Fashion Plates from 1850-1899

Brian Bedford as Lady Bracknell and Charlotte Parry as Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest.

The Importance of Being Earnest: Show Photos

This photo shows the contrast between Cecily and Lady Bracknell. I like Cecily's costume as it is white which emphasizes her youth naivity and innocence. The frills also show the wealthy background cecily comes from.

1898 Print Victorian Girl Afternoon Dress Costume Fashion Clothing Plaid YDL1

1898 Print Victorian Girl Afternoon Dress Costume Fashion Clothing Plaid YDL1