women holding books in Kensington on July 4th 1906..wonderful images by the late amateur photographer Edward Linley Sambourne, Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2173872/Edwardian-street-style-Astonishing-amateur-images-capture-fashion-women-London-Paris-century-ago.html#ixzz2bx4QVmxi Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
The shirtwaist was the wardrobe staple of working girls. But also of more extravagant women, Laces, ribbons and extra materials were used by women of the wealthier class. This was the first time that women could choose each piece of thier ensemble. It was even possible to have each piece from a different shop.
Victorian Twill Skirt By Recollections - A simple but voluminous skirt can be dressed up and down by a steampunk or re-enactor, so it works for every day wear, a big event and the trip home. Just pick a pretty color and pop in a big crinoline for a big effect.
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Circle of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Bruges 1561-1635 London) Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Elizabeth Throckmorton, three-quarter-length, in a gold and white embroidered dress with a lace collar unframed
Don Carlos, Prince of Asturias, Son of Philip II of Spain Maria Manuela of Portugal who died one month after his birth.(1545-1568) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia