Teen Fashions 1880s-1930s
Often called Misses fashions, the teenager fashions had many similarities to the adult women's fashions of this era. The styles, especially for skirts, tended to be much shorter than for women, that allowed girls more flexibility while attending schools and engaging in more activities.
This frock shows No. 7390 in white mousseline voile, with renaissance lace decoration prettily applied. A smart mode of the sailor type is here depicted in blue French flannel combined with white, the mode being No. 7420. Pink habutai silk was associated with Italian all-over lace and pink velvet in this make-up of No. 7403.
Shirt-Waist No. 7414 is here represented, the material being jade-green Henrietta elaborated with fagoting. The new Gibson shirt-waist, No. 7434, is here shown with skirt No. 7385, both developed in blue albatross.