A beguiling Edwardian era gown is graced with delicate insertion lace, a Victorian era concept that originated in France. Translated to mean “between two”, lengths of lace would be meticulously sewn within cotton and silk panels. Sheer black crepe georgette overlays a ballet nude pink cotton chemise. Pleated bodice, glass beadwork, crocheted roses, handkerchief hem.
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