2 Piece Tea Gown Made Of Watered Silk Pastel Roses Covered With Black Dotted Net With Black Chantilly Lace Inserts, White Lace High Neck And Front Bodice, Pink Velvet Trim, Trained Skirt c.1902 - Augusta Auctions
Braidwood or Sydney, Australia, ca. 1908-12. Black silk satin lace. Boned fitted inner bodice w/full-length sleeves; outer bodice (magyar style, slightly looser fit), w/elbow-length sleeves. Bodice has V-shaped front back section enclosing heavily embroidered cotton net lace. Same lace on lower sleeves collar. Simpler lace design on over-bodice. High boned collar. A-line skirt (replica) w/shorter, shaped hemline lace skirt on top. Griffith Pioneer Park Museum via Australian Dress Register
c. 1909 Edwardian Trained Battenburg Lace Gown with Gold Lame Trims
Jacques Doucet Traveling Day Suits | 1910 Kerry Taylor Auctions; 1910s The Goldstein Museum of Design
historicalfashion: Lace over satin gown | Whitaker Auctions | c. 1912
1900's skirt and blouse. Take a look at the details of the skirt and the hem! I have never seen anything more steampunk straight from the era steampunk is based upon than this outfit. And boy, do I love it!
Evening dress Date: 1908–10
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Bobbin Lace Tea Gown, C. 1906, Augusta Auctions, November 11, 2015 NYC