1910 Dress Inspiration and Classification Part II

It is time to share my classification of the dresses from my recent 1910 Dress Inspiration and Classification post. It turns out that not very many of you commented with your classification of the Edwardian dresses up for review. I’m sure you had opinions and you simply chose not to share them… but maybe next time you’ll want to join in! Without further ado, here’s what I think.

1: Favorite! (I love the gold trim on this dress! It is just SO exquisite!)

1910 Ball Gown (The Met)

2: Almost favorite (I had a hard time choosing between this and the one above.)

c. 1910 Worth Evening Dress (The Met)

3: Beautiful, but not my style (I just don’t like the beading on this very much…)

1909-1911 Worth Evening Dress


About quinnmburgess

Quinn M. Burgess creates reproduction and costume historic clothing. Her inspiration has a strong foundation in history: historic dress, social history, and material history. With the addition of clothing construction knowledge, her passions converge in an imaginative world of creative history that she loves to share with others.
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2 Responses to 1910 Dress Inspiration and Classification Part II

  1. Patt Ayers says:

    My opinions match yours; lovely dresses; it was hard to choose!

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