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Evening dress, probably French, ca. 1911-13. Smith College Historic Clothing: "The Empire style of a straight column of drapery and a high waist was high fashion especially in the years 1912 and 1913. Heavy fringe on delicate fabrics was popular, too, like the white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train of the green dress. The bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds."
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Evening dress, French, ca. 1911-15. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim, attached in the Luneville or tambour method. Smith College Historic Clothing
Evening gown ca. 1849-65. Cream silk woven with trailing floral & ribbon design in satin embroidered with floral sprigs in pink and green. Two bodices with low, wide V-necklines, lined with silk. Skirt has ribbon rosette inserts on each side and lined with linen. Conner Prairie Historic Clothing
Evening dress with tiered chiffon skirt, American, ca. 1929. Made for movement & dancing. Three layers of silk chiffon cut with handkerchief hem, with many points hanging down from substantial width of beading. Above this floating base, bodice hangs smooth & straight. Silver bugle beads & rhinestones. Smith College Historic Clothing by earlene
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Evolution of Vietnamese Clothing. I love historical clothing and seeing how it evolves. I’ve longed to see the evolution of Vietnamese clothing but always came up empty handed due to lack of information... until now. created this timeline because as a visual person, I like to know how clothing changed by seeing it side by side.