Ladies' blouses by Perry, Dame & Co., American (New York), fall/winter 1919-1920.

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The end of the First World War saw the appearance of the first ready-made garments from the fashion houses of Paris and McEwens of Perth earned a national reputation for importing the latest, up to the minute designs.

Antique Images: Vintage Fashion Graphic: Women's Vintage Fashion Plate Clip Art from 1917 Clothes Catalog

This women's fashion plate from a 1917 clothes catalog is more like the inspiration behind the designs for Carousel

Day dresses, 1918, the Delineator

September The Delineator. The green-blueish dress at the bottom of the page is sort of bowling ping skirt, don't you think?

1916 Fashions

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