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1915 fashion

1915 fashion

1915 dresses - Google Search

1915 dresses - Google Search

kittyinva:    1918 January, The Woman’s Magazine fashion plates. Note the continuance of “the Russian influence” in some of the dresses (seen in the Louise Dresser plate earlier). Ethnic and “peasant” styles will be seen throughout the late teens and through the twenties.

kittyinva: 1918 January, The Woman’s Magazine fashion plates. Note the continuance of “the Russian influence” in some of the dresses (seen in the Louise Dresser plate earlier). Ethnic and “peasant” styles will be seen throughout the late teens and through the twenties.

petticoat ad 1917 - Google Search

petticoat ad 1917 - Google Search

Coats, 1915

Coats, 1915

Amazon.com: 1911 Article Edwardian Fashion Children School Clothes Girls Dresses Accessories - Original Print Article: Home & Kitchen

Amazon.com: 1911 Article Edwardian Fashion Children School Clothes Girls Dresses Accessories - Original Print Article: Home & Kitchen

Fashion plate, circa 1915 Easy (Post-) Edwardian: How to Put Together a Thrifted WWI Day Dress | The Pragmatic Costumer

Easy (Post-) Edwardian: How to Put Together a Thrifted WWI Day Dress

Fashion plate, circa 1915 Easy (Post-) Edwardian: How to Put Together a Thrifted WWI Day Dress | The Pragmatic Costumer

Ladies' suits in 1916-1917 Fall and Winter Catalogue No. 74 by Bellas & Co

Ladies' suits in 1916-1917 Fall and Winter Catalogue No. 74 by Bellas & Co

in love with this gown!

in love with this gown!

Jeanne Paquin Day dresses, 1910's. The barrel silhouette typified by a baggy dress/jacket combination that made women look large and somewhat droopy in the chest. The skirts had risen to the ankle or slightly higher, but were still quite full.  Carrying parasols which were very in fashion.

Jeanne Paquin Day dresses, 1910's. The barrel silhouette typified by a baggy dress/jacket combination that made women look large and somewhat droopy in the chest. The skirts had risen to the ankle or slightly higher, but were still quite full. Carrying parasols which were very in fashion.

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