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Edwardian Replica Lingerie (ca. 1900-1919)
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3 viewsThis chemise design is taken directly from a mid-Edwardian antique pattern, and would be appropriate for the entire 1900 to 1915 period. I've made it in several different iterations, using different laces. This is one recent example.

A chemise was (and still is) the necessary garment to wear underneath an antique corset or authentic corset reproduction. The average woman of the early 20th century would have owned several chemises. Wealthier woman had dozens.

Our sewing pattern for this standard Edwardian chemise is available from our Etsy shop ("FashionArchaeologist") in PDF format.
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Chemise shown on its own0 viewsThe chemise itself is embellished in typical Edwardian fashion with see-through lace appliques, mixed Valenciennes insertion laces and edging, and silk ribbons.
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View of Upper Front of Peignoir3 viewsThe fine semi-sheer batiste fabric created a beautiful transparent layered effect with the lace appliques and the chemise underneath. True mother-of-pearl buttons on peignoir front closure.

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3 viewsThis chemise design is taken directly from a mid-Edwardian antique pattern, and would be appropriate for the entire 1900 to 1915 period. I've made it in several different iterations, using different laces. This is one recent example.

A chemise was (and still is) the necessary garment to wear underneath an antique corset or authentic corset reproduction. The average woman of the early 20th century would have owned several chemises. Wealthier woman had dozens.

Our sewing pattern for this standard Edwardian chemise is available from our Etsy shop ("FashionArchaeologist") in PDF format.
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