White cotton marquisette (mesh) dress, ca. 1910-15, with embroidery, lace insertion, and covered buttons. Made by “Mrs. DeWitt/5 West 31st Street, New York.” CharlestonMuseum.tumblr.com
Day dress, Toronto, 1910. Skirt has an asymmetrical overskirt slanting from hem to knee at the side seam. The skirt has no train, but is longer in the back than in the front. High lace collar and beaded and embroidered passementerie appliqued above the waist. Custom-made at Eaton's department store.
Evening dress House of Worth, Paris Designer: Charles Frederick Worth ca.1893–95, French, Silk. |