Please check out her blog if you haven't discovered it already. She chooses lovely photos and often includes detailed close-ups, which are great for research. BTW, she covers fashion from 1200 to 1959 so she has a little something for just about everyone intrested in vintage fashion and vintage sewing.
Wedding Gown c. 1907 from Wilhelmina's blog.
Inspired by the photos on her post, I want to share with you and her a few gowns I love from the Antique and Vintage Dress Gallery. They have many museum quality fashions and they include many detailed photos of each outfit.
This is just a little tease:
A Beer of Paris gown from 1905. This is one of two photos of the gown on the original owner. Notice that she is posing on a lion's hide rug. When you see the gown as it is now, notice how the sleeves have been altered and the bodice embellished a bit. Perhaps she had the dress "updated".
This gorgeous gown from 1910 was made for Madame de Bittencourt for a Regency Era costume ball. It's great to see the Edwardian interpretation. Please check out the embroidery and rhinestone embellishments.
<--- A pink assymetrical evening gown with beautiful lace and beading.
This La Femme Chic gown from 1917 is another gown inspired by a past era - "Celtic" or "Medievil." --->
There are many more beautiful fashions on this site, dating from as early as 1750, but I am tired and must get some sleep.