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Two attractive blouses of varying styles, adapted for wear with the new form of the corselet skirt. The one above exemplifies the popular one-sided effect; that below, the simple but becoming vogue of the kerchief bodice

The Deposed Magyar - New Collars and Sleeves - The Ubiquitous Belt n 1911 the Magyar pattern in blouses and I corsages was all-conquering.

the upper part of a corselet skirt is stiffened with whalebone. The corselet skirt is a combination of the lower part of a taille and a skirt, i.e. the bodice part has to be sewn very carefully and stiffened along each seam. It is recommended to line at least the upper part. It is closed with hooks and eyes, sometimes laced, in the middle of the back.

the upper part of a corselet skirt is stiffened with whalebone. The corselet skirt is a combination of the lower part of a taille and a skirt, i.e. the bodice part has to be sewn very carefully and stiffened along each seam. It is recommended to line at least the upper part. It is closed with hooks and eyes, sometimes laced, in the middle of the back.

1910 Corselet skirt diagram. http://sewingempire.wordpress.com/

1910 Corselet skirt diagram. http://sewingempire.wordpress.com/

The main feature of the 1900-1919 Corselet Skirt was a high waist worn just beneath the bust with no indication of a waistband or belt. With minor variations the blouse and skirt dominated young women's fashion before and during the Great War. Some Corselet Skirts had a thick seam/opening running from waist to hem.This seam was worn at the center or to one side. Skirt length was usually worn somewhere between mid-ankle and mid-calf.

The main feature of the Corselet Skirt was a high waist worn just beneath the bust with no indication of a waistband or belt. With minor variations the blouse and skirt dominated young women's fashion before and during the Great War.

Corset 1910-1911 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Corset Manufacturer: Ferris Brothers Company (American, founded Date: Culture: American Medium: cotton, bone, metal, elastic Dimensions: Length at CF: 19 in.