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Friday, February 9, 2018

Here are Some Ideas for the August 5
Dress Up Event in Bishop Burt Park

For Details, See Article Below for Aug. 5


Notice Gladys Martin in the top row of the top photo. We assume her to be a teenager since big bows in the back of the hair and open sleeves just below the elbow were signs of youth such as the teens in the lower right photo directly above who were there for the First Epworth League Meeting of 1908. Adult men and women had their arms and legs covered to the wrists, ankles, and neck. Women wore hats during formal worship services while men were required to remove their hats. W.W. Robinson's young son, obviously dressed in bib-overalls, is considered dressed up for the Bishop since he is wearing his white shirt and tie under his overalls (not formal, just practical). Gladys is also probably wondering to herself as a teenager, how does Daisia get away with stratling that handrail when I get yelled at when I do it. That could also be the reason for the expression on Walter Wakeman's Mother's face.

Also, see what women were wearing outside of the religious communities by clicking on the "Read More" link below on the left . . . .



History of Womens Fashion - 1900 to 1919 | Glamourdaze

glamourdaze.com/history-of-womens-fashion/1900-to-1919


Sep 25, 2013 - The silhouette moved gradually along a decreasing s-curve from 1901 to the Empire line by 1910 . Common colors for Edwardian women's day-wear were combination two tone affairs of pale tops and dark skirts. The fabrics employed were linen [ if you were poor ] cotton [ if you were middle class ] and silks ...


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


https://www.pinterest.com/pin/193091902746571289/




1890's women's fashion | Women's Fashion - 1880s & 1890s. ... Two piece dress, c. Black and white printcotton in vertical floral pattern. This is a ready-made example of easily laundered dresses (they were called "wash" dresses), that ..... Evening Dress 1910 Whole dress in satin silk and black tulle embroidered black.


Pre 1920 Vintage Clothing for Women | eBay

https://www.ebay.com › ... › Pre 1920 Vintage Clothing for Women


Results 1 - 48 of 428 - It is hand made of a sheer off white cream color filmy linen tape lace, joined by bobbin made braids, thread bars and has princess lace rosette flowers. ... VTG 1910s Teens White Cotton Lawn Dress Open Lacework #1822 Edwardian Era Tea ... 1910s 1920s Women's Green CottonPrinted Sheath Dress.


Vintage Victorian: Titanic Ladies' fashions


www.vintagevictorian.com/costume_1912.html




Jul 24, 2014 - The most common laces used in undergarments were Valenciennes, Cluny, and Torchon lace. Chemise The chemise is a sleeveless closely-fitted garment with open, round, neckline with drawstring, made in lightweight linencotton or silk. White is the usual color for easy laundering. The chemise is worn ...





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