1904 Fashion Circular – Girls’ Clothing

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Here are several girls’ day dresses from a 1904 fashion circular. When you view the post with the ladies’ outfits, you can see how girls’ things parallel what was available for women–just with shorter skirts. At this early date, the leg o’mutton sleeve was still hanging on from the 1890s, but mainly for younger girls.

2 Comments on 1904 Fashion Circular – Girls’ Clothing

  1. Tricia
    August 7, 2015 at 6:31 am (3 weeks ago)

    I would love it if you made patterns for these dresses in the girls 1904 circular! My girls want dresses like Felicity, Sarah and Cecily wore in Road to Avonlea and I can’t find good patterns for this specific time anywhere!

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    • Jennie Chancey
      August 7, 2015 at 10:59 am (3 weeks ago)

      Hi, Tricia! Thanks for the suggestion. Just a quick note that you can get really close to this look with my Girls’ 1914 Dress pattern. All you need to do is swap in a gored skirt that’s longer (calf-length) and add the elbow-to-wrist sleeve bands below the puffed sleeves. If you want to do the high collar, it’s not difficult to add a lace band to the neckline. Drop me a line if you want an illustration! 😉

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