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« on: November 23, 2013 06:17:03 AM »

Hello I have a question about what time period was the button and loop closure used on under garments? Like side closures for long line bras, slips. I had a homemade slip once that closed on the side with buttons and fabric loops. The straps in front also has the same type of closure. I don't have a picture of the slip but it was made like a long line bra with a half slip attached . The bra cups were sewn with stitching to make it have body and there was a small pocket in the front. I wonder what that was for. If anyone has any Ideas Please let me know. This picture is just a sample of how the slip was made. bannie_hen@yahoo.com   Thanks   Huh
« Last Edit: November 23, 2013 06:28:09 AM by mae57 » THIS ROCKS   Logged

If you have this Simplicity dress pattern #7202 from 1996's please E-Mail me
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2013 07:55:56 AM »

Looks to possibly be Edwardian..early 1900's



Hope this helps in your search.  Wink


Oh, the pocket in the front was no doubt for that small bottle of smelly stuff they used to bring ladies back to life after they fainted from bad smells {horse poo}, and from having their ribs crushed to death by those hideous undergaments. Grin Gives new meaning to the "Take my breath Away" song.
« Last Edit: November 23, 2013 08:10:46 AM by stillatthetop » THIS ROCKS   Logged

Wanting 6" x 6" fabric scraps for an iSpy quilt similar to this
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson.
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2013 01:51:43 AM »

Fashion is really attracting word and now fashion trends is changing day by day and in people's life fashion gave impact to all the dressing and dressing. styles is varying day by day.

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