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1904 Elegant Open Drawers


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The quintessential early Edwardian piece of lingerie -- 1904 open drawers, with wide, flounced legs embellished with rows of tucks, ribbons and lace. The drawers fasten at back with mother-of-pearl buttons, and the waist is drawn up to fit with ribbon ties fastened in a bow at the back. Our pattern #1904-A-002.

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1910 Batiste & Lace Peignoir


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An angelic Edwardian peignoir from 1910, all authentic, reproduced here (as in the original) from a fine, semi-sheer cotton batiste. With typical Edwardian lingerie features of fine tucking, mixed lace insertions, edgings and appliques, mother-of-pearl buttons, and silk ribbons.

Our pattern #1910-AL-003 for this peignoir should be available during 2016 in our Etsy shop ("FashionArchaeologist"). We paired the peignoir in these photos with our standard Edwardian chemise (pattern #1904-A-001) and they made a perfect ensemble!

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1912 Batiste & Lace "Combination" Slip


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Authentic replica of a 1912 Edwardian corset-cover + petticoat "combination", made up in fine, semi-sheer batiste with various types of lace insertion, lace edging and ribbons. The shape and cut (square neck) follows the fashionable columnar silhouette of 1912 outer garments. Pattern #1912-AL-002 (planned for publication in late 2014).

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1900-1915 Fine Batiste Chemise


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This 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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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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