Girl's Sailor Dress 1930, Canadian ... would like in my size and now

Sailor Dress, Can we just have a mother daughter matching combo pls lol

Girl's ensemble, ca. 1865 | In the Swan's Shadow

Girl's ensemble c. 1865 Silk faille, cotton embroidery floss & mother-of-pearl FIDM Museum collection

Little Girl’s Dress, 1810-1815 | Jane Austen's World probably made over from an adult gown

Little Girl’s Dress, 1810-1815

Womens and infants gowns, Lacis Museum of Lace and Textile "mommy and me" exhibit

Womens and infants gowns, Lacis Museum of Lace and Textile "mommy and me" exhibit

Child's bodice 1730-1740 Cream silk with brocaded pattern in green, plum and red silk, gold and silver thread; lined pale blue silk, with paper stiffening between; fastening at back with bone at each side in lining and holes for lacing; waist cut with narrow tabs bound with cream silk and ribbon; three-quarter length sleeves with shaped sewn-on cuff.

Girl's bodice (probably), Cream silk with brocaded pattern in green, plum and red silk, gold and silver thread, pale blue silk lining.

Dress Date: 1822–25 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length (skirt only): 19 1/2 in. (49.5 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Adell P...

Dress, Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length (skirt only): 19 in. cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hand-embroidered infant's bonnet, c.1800. Made from sheer cotton muslin with insets of needle-run tulle. The embroidered florets are executed in chain stitch—they appear raised above the surface. The bonnet has drawstring ties on the lower edge and along the front. The purity and restraint of textured white stitches on a sheer white ground perfectly suited the Neoclassical aesthetic.

Hand-embroidered infant's bonnet, Made from sheer cotton muslin with insets of needle-run tulle. Embroidered florets are executed in chain stitch—they appear raised above the surface.

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