Antique Edwardian White and Blue Striped Cotton Skirt • Lace Trim Ruffles
Simple but so sweet white cotton Edwardian Summer walking skirt with pale blue stripes with three pin tucked folds at the ankles. Typical shape of the 1910s with straight sillhouette from the front with more folds of fabric at the back, where the stripes form a chevron at the centre back seam.
- Beautiful soft fine cotton/linen Edwardian skirt.
- Pin tucked folds just above the hemline.
- Straight sillhouette at the front with folds of fabric at the rear adding volume.
- MEASURES when laid flat edge to edge
- Up to 27" waist when the gather is opened up fully.
- Hip free
- 37" length
In good wearable condition, the main issue is fading to a couple of patches at the front, probably where it has been on display near a window at some point of the past. The blue of the entire skirt is quite light, so this.
Vintage sizing is very different to modern day sizes, they’re usually smaller depending on the era of manufacture. So to ensure a good fit please go by the measurements provided. I measure the garment laid flat edge to absolute edge then double, which give the maximum, you will need to measure your own clothes to compare sizing.
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