Sunday, April 18, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
historiful:
Satin evening dress, designed by House of Worth, c. 1910.
(Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London)

historiful:

Satin evening dress, designed by House of Worth, c. 1910.

(Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London)

historiful:Evening coat advertisement, 1910.
(Courtesy of the New York Public Library)

historiful:Evening coat advertisement, 1910.

(Courtesy of the New York Public Library)

historiful:
Menswear advertisement, 1919.
It reads: “All-wool’s the thing. It gives you more wear and satisfaction; it’s the only fabric that says stylish; that’s enough for us; we use nothing else. Many young men like the plain sacks; it takes master-designing to make them look different; ours do — they look more stylish.”
(Courtesy of the New York Public Library)

historiful:

Menswear advertisement, 1919.

It reads: “All-wool’s the thing. It gives you more wear and satisfaction; it’s the only fabric that says stylish; that’s enough for us; we use nothing else. Many young men like the plain sacks; it takes master-designing to make them look different; ours do — they look more stylish.”

(Courtesy of the New York Public Library)

womenreading:deepsleepsheep:murmurs:bohemea:Mary Pickford
Thursday, April 15, 2010
edwardianera:historiful:Callot Souers evening dress, 1910.

edwardianera:historiful:Callot Souers evening dress, 1910.

edwardianera:Scarborough seaside, 1911.

edwardianera:Scarborough seaside, 1911.

edwardianera:Miss Camille Clifford

edwardianera:Miss Camille Clifford

thewidowofwindsor:whattheywore:



Corset, 1895–1905
The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

thewidowofwindsor:whattheywore:

Corset, 1895–1905

The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

edwardianera:Mabel Green

edwardianera:Mabel Green