does my butt look big! or is my waist to tiny! my dress is bitchin !!!!

does my butt look big! or is my waist to tiny! my dress is bitchin !

Cléo de Mérode, French dancer of the Belle époque. Beautiful woman & clothing. #André1900

Cléopatra Diane "Cléo" de Mérode, French ballet dancer of the Belle Époque

Belle Epoch Summer Evening Gown, ca. 1900

1920 Cream silk chiffon with pale printed & flocked rose blossom clusters in soft colors, center front panel covered with iridescent sequins & metallic copper coils in floral motifs, embroidered net lace insets on bodice & at hem, chiffon lining.

Belle Epoque orange evening gown c 1910's.

Tangerine silk satin gown from the Belle Epoque (no more precise date available). Two-layer overdress with crystal and mother of pearl beads. The sleeves of the overdress have beaded tassels and ring drops.

A Belle Epoque diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1910. The articulated triangular openwork plaque, centrally-set with a collet-set old brilliant-cut diamond, within star-shaped latticework accented by single-cut diamonds, to a scrolled border millegrain-set throughout with cushion-shaped and old brilliant-cut diamonds, detachable brooch frame. #BelleÉpoque #brooch #pendant

A Belle Epoque diamond brooch/pendant, circa The articulated triangular openwork plaque, centrally-set with a collet-set old brilliant-cut diamond, within star-shaped latticework accented by single-cut diamonds, to a scrolled border millegrain-set t

Polaire was the stage name used by French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Born in Algeria - Throughout her career Polaire was skilled in using her appearance to attract attention. In her early days as a café singer in the 1890s she wore very short skirts and also cropped her hair, fashions that did not become common in the rest of society until the 1920s.

Polaire (Émilie Marie Bouchaud) French singer and actress

fawnvelveteen:  Robe de visite par Redfern, 1907.

fawnvelveteen: Robe de visite par Redfern, Look at that waist. How did she breath?

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Moet & Chandon Vintage Dry Imperial Champagne by Alphonse Mucha

Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics

Callot Soeurs, evening dress, 1911 I'm looking for a pattern.if you could help me.

Circa 1908 plum velvet cut to chiffon gown by Charles Worth, Paris. Via Augusta Auctions.

Circa 1908 plum velvet cut to chiffon gown by Jean-Philippe Worth (incorrectly attributed to Charles Worth), Paris. Via Augusta Auctions.

Olive green silk and flower embellished tulle evening/wedding dress by Joanne Fleming Design. Belle Epoque, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Downton

Olive green silk and flower embellished tulle evening/wedding dress by Joanne Fleming Design.

Two Belle Epoque Lace Skirts, C. 1905, Augusta Auctions, April 8, 2015 NYC, Lot 85

two belle epoque lace skirts

coiffures belle epoque

Gibson girls influenced the way my Grandmother wore her hair as a young woman.

BELLE EPOQUE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1910. Designed as a series of graduated oval aquamarine clusters set with oval- and hexagonal-shaped aquamarines, interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves, within millegrain borders of circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds. Part of the estate of Christian, Lady Hesketh. Cartier

Belle Epoque Tiara of Lady Hesketh, United Kingdom (ca.

In the Spring of 1908, three women walked onto the Longchamp racecourse in Paris and jaws dropped. The elite society event was known for debuting the latest

Margaine-Lacroix was a young Parisian designer who began to create lightly corseted dresses with minimal boning and stretchy material.

Boucheron - A Belle Epoque diamond necklace, circa 1899. Made for Mary-Louise McKay, the wife of the American silver prospector and millionaire John McKay. Source: Vincent Meylan, Boucheron, The Secret Archives.

Boucheron - A Belle Epoque diamond necklace, circa 1899. Made for Mary-Louise McKay, the wife of the American silver prospector and millionaire John McKay. Source: Vincent Meylan, Boucheron, The Secret Archives.

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