The Evolution of Women's Workwear Through the Decades
The Evolution of Women's Workwear - There are a few problems with this (like the obvious descriptions of what everyone is wearing), but over all the images are great and they provide an interesting look at the evolution of fashion in a specific type of setting.
Dress Date: ca. 1820 Culture: American or European Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 21 in. (53.3 cm) Length (b, c): 7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm) Credit Line: Various Donors Funds, 1981 Accession Number: 1981.288a–c
1870's girl's dress
Woman's Dress (Wedding), England 1837-1838 | LACMA Collections
Dress Date: 1880s Culture: American (probably) Medium: silk, wool Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Ewen C. MacVeagh, 1962 Accession Number: C.I.62.23.4
Child's dress, 1910, via Centraal Museum.
Child's dress Child's dress, about 1825. Printed cotton plain weave, embroidered with cotton; mother of pearl buttons. Gift of Miss Frances ...
Child's Dress, c. 1864, at the LACMA
Swedish Royal Armory Collection Accession Number: 21515 (3784:85)
1863.. interesting trim pattern... could be used instead of greek key pattern on pink dress
Dress | V&A Search the Collections, 1825-1830
Late Teens Beige and Red Layered Cotton Dress
1910s Late teens1919., 1917-. The fabric feels like a cotton/silk blend. The design is a very fashion forward dress for the period with its bell shaped skirt. This is the time period of Paul Poirot an
infant embroidery 1910 | Child's circa 1844 Ensemble from the Philippines.
Evening dress Date: ca. 1842 Culture: American or European Medium: silk Accession Number: 1975.128.10
Girl's Dress (image 1) | American | 1855 | wool, silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.686a, b