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Child's dress  1820–25

Child's dress 1820–25

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.

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.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- 19th century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- 19th century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace

Girl's dress, silk embroidery 1825-1835 Origin: America or Europe OL: 29" Ribbed silk; linen bobbin lace; silk embroidery. Gift of Tasha Tudor.DS1997-0175

Girl's dress, silk embroidery 1825-1835 Origin: America or Europe OL: 29" Ribbed silk; linen bobbin lace; silk embroidery. Gift of Tasha Tudor.DS1997-0175

1905-1910 Pinafore skirt and blouse

1905-1910 Pinafore skirt and blouse

Circa 1860s child's dress: Wool twill, applied silk soutache braid trim, linen Valenciennes bobbin lace, glazed cotton plain weave, and brass hooks, via Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Circa 1860s child's dress: Wool twill, applied silk soutache braid trim, linen Valenciennes bobbin lace, glazed cotton plain weave, and brass hooks, via Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Girl's dress, 1857-1867, via the Musée Galliera.

Girl's dress, 1857-1867, via the Musée Galliera.

Child’s dress, circa 1870, USA or UK, Colonial Williamsburg

Child’s dress, circa 1870, USA or UK, Colonial Williamsburg

This is a child's dress from the early 1830s, the Romantic period, in which sleeves became quite large, making the wearer look like butterflies.

This is a child's dress from the early 1830s, the Romantic period, in which sleeves became quite large, making the wearer look like butterflies.

Mädchenkleid (Kinder, Oberkleidung, Kleid) Inventarnummer: T5359 Datierung: um 1835 Material/Technik: Seide, rosa; Pekin; Klöppelspitze; Seide, naturfarben; Knopf: Perlmutt; Haken, Ösen: Metall Maße: VL 82 cm, RL 8 cm, Taillenumfang 49 cm Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

Mädchenkleid (Kinder, Oberkleidung, Kleid) Inventarnummer: T5359 Datierung: um 1835 Material/Technik: Seide, rosa; Pekin; Klöppelspitze; Seide, naturfarben; Knopf: Perlmutt; Haken, Ösen: Metall Maße: VL 82 cm, RL 8 cm, Taillenumfang 49 cm Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

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