Circa 1905 tea dress made from white cotton dotted swiss, the dress is elaborately embellished with lace, embroidered cut work, ruffles, and rows of narrow tucks so beloved by the Edwardians. It closes in back with loops and small mother-of-pearl buttons. The puffed sleeves have inner cords to hold them in place. The skirt is longer and fuller in back, forming a small train. Via Vintage Textile.
Evening dress ca. 1912–13. Silk satin, machine lace, linen. Satin charmeuse changing (light blue line, pink frame), lace and lamé embroidered motif in gold glass beads, gray pearls and rhinestones, mechanical lace, and chiffon. Photos: Jean Tholance. Les Arts Décoratifs & Europeana Fashion
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