La Mode Illustrée De La Belle Epoque

With a shorter skirt or pants I would wear this now! Just shows that well designed clothes never go out of style.this is from about 1910

INSPIRING 1890's LADIES CLOTHING  More ladies fashion at www.mkshosting.com

1892 Culture: American Medium: wool, fur Dimensions: Length at CB: 69 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Dick S.

"Suit About 1912, 20th century". Wish it was in another color, but I love the cut.:

Edwardian tailored suits were often very finely and elegantly finished, like this one, with special touches such as rows of buttons, shaped pockets, and interesting collar and cuff details.

Wedding Dress 1899 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Victorian Wedding dresses were sometimes white, but they were often colorful travel suits chosen to be worn on a honeymoon, or as a best dress for several years afterwards. - Wedding Dress 1899 The Victoria & Albert Museum

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.

Suit, Louis Caplan, American, ca. 1907. Wool twill weave coat, bodice, and skirt with silk satin lining. Rhode Island School of Design Museum

1907 Louis Caplan, American,suit with wool twill weave coat, bodice, and skirt with silk satin lining / Rhode Island School of Design Museum

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