White tea gown with Valenciennnes lace. White cotton lawn with lace high neck and bands in a pattern of loops and bows, having a band of polychrome embroidered roses at lower bodice, sleeve, and skirt. Sleeves and skirt have scalloped inserts of tucked pink cotton beneath embroidered bows; lower skirt ruffled in three bands.
Dress ca. 1909-10. Four pieces of cream-colored gauze and machine lace: day bodice, evening bodice, skirt, petticoat. The Gemeentemuseum's own photo is far inferior to these, taken by the blogger at Atelier Nostalgia, so I haven't bothered to use it.
Braidwood or Sydney, Australia, ca. 1908-12. Black silk satin lace. Boned fitted inner bodice w/full-length sleeves; outer bodice (magyar style, slightly looser fit), w/elbow-length sleeves. Bodice has V-shaped front back section enclosing heavily embroidered cotton net lace. Same lace on lower sleeves collar. Simpler lace design on over-bodice. High boned collar. A-line skirt (replica) w/shorter, shaped hemline lace skirt on top. Griffith Pioneer Park Museum via Australian Dress Register
Details about 2, Totally Delicious Cluney Lace Reception Gown 1906