The Ladies’ World, September 1907: A Selection

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I like the seaside color scheme of navy, white and coral.

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I love her outfit; so jaunty.

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All this frufru and fluffiness and corsetry exists UNDER a dress …

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Reusing old clothing by dyeing it. I’m wondering if the neon blaze-orange ink is a subliminal plug for the dye too.

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Tie dyeing in 1907! 

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Fashions for November 1907. Click on the image for a larger picture with more detail. And check it out in the upper right corner … it’s the G-D waist again!

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How to properly fit a skirt.

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About Amanda Goebel

I'm an Anthropology / Fashion History and Material Culture graduate from The University of Delaware, currently working on a Master's in Museum Studies. I'm a living historian interested in costume and culture from years before. I love researching the mundane and the everyday that has changed or disappeared since. I re-enact the 18th century, and I recreate clothing from that time. This blog is where I'll write about my research and projects. View all posts by Amanda Goebel

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