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Gray silk taffeta dress, Liberty, ca. 1906-08, with mechanical lace, satin belt and cuffs, and ivory cotton lining. Museo del Traje

a wonderful example of a go-visiting/receiving visitors dress - Gray silk taffeta dress, Liberty, ca. with mechanical lace, satin belt and cuffs, and ivory cotton lining.

Embroidered handkerchief linen dress, ca. 1900.

Embroidered handkerchief linen dress, ca. Embroidery on bodice overlaps lace insertion in some places. High collar with stays on both sides. Large puffy sleeves above embroidered, ruffled cuff. Waistline comprises a series of diamond-shaped panel

#edwardian

Green silk with black circle pattern. Overlapping bodice falling to gathers at center front. Boned bodice lined in ivory taffeta.

Steampunks can also go Edwardian, and as this 1904 stunner shows, it's worth considering.  The neckline decorations can be kicked up a notch with a little mad science where once were only ribbons.    from the collection of the world famous Oxford Playhouse Theatre via BustleDress

1904 Production Costume from the collection of the world famous Oxford Playhouse Theatre (Oxford, UK). This vintage sky blue "Paris styled" ribbon work gown was worn by Barbara Jefford in the stage production of "Ladies Not Burning.

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