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Women's dresses and suits accentuated a slim waist with billowing curves above the waist and rounded hips below.

1890's women's fashion | Women's Fashion - 1880s & 1890s

Two piece dress, c. Black and white print cotton in vertical floral pattern. This is a ready-made example of easily laundered dresses (they were called "wash" dresses), that could have been purchased at a local store or through mail-order catalogs.

1890s fashion plate

i think i would like the skirt in this kind of stripe.or something like a "bold pinstripe"

• Carrdia fashion...epitomizes Shayleen's apparel when working. (SDVDW: 1890s-1905 Gibson Girl Era Clothing Links)

1890s-1905 Edwardian Gibson Girl Era Clothing Links

How to dress and where to shop for Edwardian Gibson Girl era costumes - dresses, skirts, blouses, shoes, jewelry and accessories.

stripes were huge during this era. Love the frill on the sleeves and the solid black corset contrast.

The Promise - Alan Maley Woman in black stripe dress This is actually completely do-able as an ensemble.

Dress, 1890s. Two-piece gray silk faille. Boned bodice covered in pleated black chiffon with sequins and crystal beads. Back chiffon insert with cream tape lace. Sleeves puffed front and back, ruffled collar with back bow, ruffled cuff. Skirt lined in polished cotton with velvet hem band. Whitaker Auctions.

Visiting Dress, circa Two-piece gray silk faille. Boned bodice covered in pleated black chiffon with sequins and crystal beads. Sleeves puffed front and back, ruffled collar. Skirt lined in polished cotton with velvet hem band.

Suit 1892 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Suit 1892 The Metropolitan Museum of Art (OMG that dress!)

Portrait of Edith Kingdon Gould, by Chartran, 1898 (above), showing the sitter wearing a red velvet evening gown, by Worth, also made in 1898 (below). Photos via the Irenebrination blog.

Portrait of Edith Kingdon Gould, by Chartran, 1898 (above), showing the sitter wearing a red velvet evening gown, made in 1898 (below).

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