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Day dresses, 1916, McCall’s Magazine

Day dresses for women, and girls, McCall’s Magazine. Even for the girls bright colors were not in fashion during the war.

These frilly little girl dresses from the year 1925 are all of a similar shape but represent a different assortment of details. Some have embroidery while others feature cute neck ties and contrasting details like pockets. Some show off a floral pattern and another displays polka dots.

These frilly little girl dresses from the year 1925 are all of a similar shape but represent a different assortment of details.

Edwardian woman with parasol--10 old school fashion trends we’d love to see make a comeback

Woman is wearing a Peg Top silhouette dress with hat and holding a parasol. Narrow skirt and empire waistline.

Edwardian Era Clothing: Edwardian Era Children's Clothing - June 1903 The Delineator

1903 Edwardian Era Clothing: Edwardian Era Children's Clothing - June 1903 The Delineator

daywear-sportswear-1935 clickamericana.com

Stylish daywear & sportswear from the mid-thirties (1935

1935 [Daywear and sportswear ensembles] Delineator New York Public Library Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection Catalog Call Number: PC Digital ID: vintage fashion illustration

Vivid checks, stripes and plaids were the popular textile patterns for dresses in the late-1910s. This page of girls’ dresses is from the Spring 1919 Sears catalog.

Vivid checks, stripes and plaids were the popular textile patterns for dresses in the This page of girls’ dresses is from the Spring 1919 Sears catalog.

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