Left: Illustrated London News. Right: . [Click on images to enlarge them.] “Our Illustrations show fancy tweed gowns with basques. One is trimmed with bands of velvet of a darker shade than the tweed, and ﬁnished with fancy ornaments. The other gives us a darker cloth dress, with a chic waistcoat and sleeve-puffs of striped silk and cord ornaments. The hats are felt, trimmed with velvet, ﬂowers, and plumes.” — 1902
Other material from this column
- The superior design of turn-of the century women's hats (1902)
- Who made women wear unhealthy, body-deforming corsets?
- Railways, costume jewelry, and the London social season
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Filomena. “Ladies’s Page.” Illustrated London News. 50 (11 October 1902): 548. Hathi Trust web version of a copy in The University of Chicago Library. Web. 4 January 2016
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