Edwardian shirt

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Towards the end of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the shirtwaists blouses became very popular with the working women during that period.  The shirtwaists was a “ready to wear”, high-necked, button-down blouse that were available in numerous catalogs and department stores. In this picture, shows features a beige shirtwaist, high-necked blouse from the Triangle Waist Company in Greenwich Village before burning down in 1911. Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Clothes, Shirtwaist, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, Chemise, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, Vintage Outfits, Style

This Sunday, March 25, marks the 101st Anniversary of the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. The 1911 fire took the lives of 146 workers, mostly immigrant women, inspiring the young labor movement and precipitating new worker safety regulations across the country. The Triangle Waist Company was located at the corner of Washington Place and Greene

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Antique French blouse in batiste, Edwardian era shirt with white embroideries and lace, early 1900s-woman white blouse with high collar. MEASUREMENTS: Max length 24" (61 cm), chest width ca 20" (50.8 cm). DESCRIPTION: Wonderful antique blouse or shirt for woman, French origin, in white cotton batiste, dating circa to 1910. The shirt has embroidered flowers with openwork details on the front and on the sleeves and lace inserts, high neck collar and closure with mop buttons. HOW TO USE IT…