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1910 Empire Style Dressing Gown

1910 Empire Style Dressing Gown-This reproduction sewing pattern features a Ladies Dressing Gown with V-style neckline or optional Sailor collar. Elevated Empire waistline, may be made with center front closure or with surplice front.

1916 Ladies Russian Blouse

1916 Ladies Russian Blouse-This reproduction sewing pattern is transcribed from the original source material: Ladies Russian Blouse-Waist in either of three lengths; consisting of a Jumper and Under body in high or open neck, with full length or sho

ca. 1900–10. Sky blue padded silk trimmed with midnight blue velvet and embroidered with silk and chenille. Lined in light blue silk satin. Costume Gallery of the Pitti Palace via Europeana Fashion

An epic dressing gown circa Sky blue padded silk trimmed with midnight blue velvet and embroidered with silk and chenille. Lined in light blue silk satin. Costume Gallery of the Pitti Palace via Europeana Fashion

1908 tea dress -Original- Pre 1929 Historical Pattern Collection

Princess-seamed tea dress, Butterick- I don’t know about you guys, but I’m such a sucker for a nice tea dress…

Opera coat (image 3) | House of Poiret | French | 1911 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2008.288

Opera coat Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1911 Culture: French Fabric : SILK

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