Rose wool and silk ensemble (back, with jacket), by James McCreery & Company, American (New York City), ca. 1907.

This detailed American day ensemble is finely detailed example of the period. According to the donor, Mrs. Philip J. Roosevelt, it was worn by her sister Gladys Roosevelt." The donor was a cousin to Theodore Roosevelt

Tailored Suit, about Wool with soutache trim; cream silk faux vest with silk embroidery. Love this suit. You can't see the subtle black soutache embroidery, but you get a sense of the colored trim on the faux waistcoat.

Gray silk taffeta dress, Liberty, ca. 1906-08, with mechanical lace, satin belt and cuffs, and ivory cotton lining. Museo del Traje

a wonderful example of a go-visiting/receiving visitors dress - Gray silk taffeta dress, Liberty, ca. with mechanical lace, satin belt and cuffs, and ivory cotton lining.

Afternoon dress ca. 1900. Bodice & skirt in fine white wool with satin and velvet applications. Museo Histórico Nacional, Chile, via Surdoc.cl

Afternoon dress ca. Bodice & skirt in fine white wool with satin and velvet applications. Museo Histórico Nacional, Chile, via Surdoc.

19th century TEA GOWN | 1906 Tea Gown Liberty & Co. Culture: English Medium: silk, lace

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dressing Gown (Tea Gown) 1906 Medium: Plain weave silk, printed loose/dense striped silk plain weave, lace, and silk net

Vintage Women Renaissance Victorian Maid Long Sleeve Gothic Brown Gowns Medieval Dresses

Vintage Women Renaissance Victorian Maid Long Sleeve Gothic Brown Gowns Medieval Dresses Vintage Women Renaissance Victorian Maid Long Sleeve Gothic Brown Gowns Medieval Dresses

Half-mourning, 1897-1899; adore purple and black together

Half mourning dress, FIDM, It's half-mourning because of the use of purple and the shiny beads, also the touch of white in the cap. Full mourning has no color or shiny fabric or beads.

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