|Title||Three-piece costume, 1919 |
|Creator||Vogue Pattern Service |
|Publisher||Vogue Pattern Service |
|Place of Publication||United States--New York--New York |
|Publication Date||1919 |
|Original Source||Vogue Pattern Service, Pattern No. 4777, 4778, and 4779 |
|Notes||Pattern No. 4777: Collared coat with three-quarter length sleeves "finished at the lower edge with a set-in section which buttons to the sleeve." Set-in section along the lower edge of the coat is "left open at the side fronts to form pockets." Coat is "trimmed with buttons and fastened with cords."|
Pattern No. 4778: Shirtwaist with a square neck and kimona-style sleeves that are "darted to the elbow at the lower edge and fastened with buttons." Embroidered material is set-in at the forearm and along the armhole of the shirtwaist. Shirtwaist is trimmed with buttons and the square neck is finished with embroidery.
Pattern No. 4779: Skirt is "laid in a box plait, front and back."
Figure on the left is wearing the coat, shirtwaist, and skirt. Accessorized with a parasol, and brimless hat in contrasting materials with a long veil. Figure on the right is wearing the shirtwaist and skirt. Accessorized with a parasol, and deep-crowned, narrow-brimmed hat trimmed with a ribbon.
Additional information about patterns affixed to verso of image.
Fashion Plate Collection Ref. no. 1919-44.
|TGM Subjects||Women--Clothing & dress|
|Historical Period||Post-War |
|Digital Collection||Fashion Plate Collection|
|Order Number||COS543 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Fashion Plate Collection (Uncataloged)|
|Object Type||Fashion illustration|
|Physical Description||hand-colored ; 35 x 25 cm. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original image at 400 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2009. |