Więcej pomysłów od użytkownika Marzena
Promenade dress, American, ca. 1903. Wool and silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Promenade dress, American, ca. 1903. Wool and silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Boy's suit of linen, American, 1880 (Collection of the Kent State University Museum, 1995.17.169)

Boy's suit of linen, American, 1880 (Collection of the Kent State University Museum, 1995.17.169)

The sack jacket was more worn for casual occasions. In the 1880s, a dress version of the jacket was invented, called the tuxedo. The tuxedo originated from Tuxedo, NY and was a style of dinner jacket or evening jacket of the time.

The sack jacket was more worn for casual occasions. In the 1880s, a dress version of the jacket was invented, called the tuxedo. The tuxedo originated from Tuxedo, NY and was a style of dinner jacket or evening jacket of the time.

Like a riding habit, a tailor-made suit was usually of wool and incorporated obviously mannish details, though it fit like conventional women's clothing. It was worn with a shirtwaist blouse, modelled on a man's shirt, and a ribbon tie; the allusion to menswear was obvious. Miss Winifred Marler wore this tailor-made suit in 1898, the year she made her social début.

Like a riding habit, a tailor-made suit was usually of wool and incorporated obviously mannish details, though it fit like conventional women's clothing. It was worn with a shirtwaist blouse, modelled on a man's shirt, and a ribbon tie; the allusion to menswear was obvious. Miss Winifred Marler wore this tailor-made suit in 1898, the year she made her social début.

[De Gracieuse] Wandeltoilet en blouses (April 1908)

[De Gracieuse] Wandeltoilet en blouses (April 1908)

Fashion plate, 1908 the Netherlands, De Gracieuse

Fashion plate, 1908 the Netherlands, De Gracieuse