Pour l'aprés-midi par Margaine Lacroix, 1913.

Pour l'aprés-midi par Margaine Lacroix, -AND, she could clean toilets with that thing on her hat!

mid-1910s, high-waisted skirt and blouse

high-waisted skirt and blouse- Mairead would definitely wear something like this, seeing as she wears her sister's hand-me-downs and slightly out of date styles

1918 women's fashion - Google Search

The True Gibson Girl. Trim, feminine, but will with a newfound personal power.

Opera coat by Jeanne Paquin, 1912, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Illustration from "Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités," 1912-1913, Tome I, courtesy of the Smithsonian Libraries.

Opera coat by Jeanne Paquin, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Illustration from "Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités," Tome I, courtesy of the Smithsonian Libraries.

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Lily Elsie April 1886 – 16 December was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her starring role in the hit London premiere of Franz Lehár's operetta The Merry Widow.

Caroline Mundahl c.1912-15. From Minnesota Historical Society

~Circa blue corduroy suit (with jacket) by dressmaker Caroline Mundahl, American~Absolutely the sort of thing Emma would wear most days--slight changes, varying colors, plainer cloth (Wool suiting rather than velvet)

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