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1914- Women's dresses featured hemlines above the ankle and an A-line silhouette which could display a high, medium, or dropped waistline. (Bailey G.)

1914- Women's dresses featured hemlines above the ankle and an A-line silhouette which could display a high, medium, or dropped waistline. (Bailey G.)

Evening Dress by Paul Poiret,1910-1911. Image © The Kyoto Costume Institute, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

Evening Dress by Paul Poiret,1910-1911. Image © The Kyoto Costume Institute, photo by Takashi Hatakeyama

Jeanne Paquin Day dresses, 1910's. The barrel silhouette typified by a baggy dress/jacket combination that made women look large and somewhat droopy in the chest. The skirts had risen to the ankle or slightly higher, but were still quite full.  Carrying parasols which were very in fashion.

Jeanne Paquin Day dresses, 1910's. The barrel silhouette typified by a baggy dress/jacket combination that made women look large and somewhat droopy in the chest. The skirts had risen to the ankle or slightly higher, but were still quite full. Carrying parasols which were very in fashion.

free printable digital image design resource ~ vintage women's wartime fashion, from Aug 1917 issue of "The Delineator" magazine

free printable digital image design resource ~ vintage women's wartime fashion, from Aug 1917 issue of "The Delineator" magazine

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