Charles Drecoll purple faille walking suit, c 1911-14

A rare Charles Drecoll purple faille walking suit, circa labelled 'Ch Drecoll, Vienna & Paris'

September 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?

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?

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.

1918 January, The Womans 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.

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1914 McCalls magazine, draped sides, buckles & rosettes on belts, bows in back of black dress are really cute

1914 McCalls magazine, draped sides, buckles & rosettes on belts, bows in back of black dress are really cute

1914 La Mode magazine, my favorite pink suit is just waiting for a pattern to make it, double skirt layer, interesting white collar in back, and white & pink plaited cuff trim, peaked brim on the hat/touque with floofy ostrich feathers

1914 La Mode magazine: double skirt layer, interesting white collar in back, and white & pink plaited cuff trim, peaked brim on the hat with ostrich feathers

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