Fashion Date: 1910-1914
Hat Description: She is very a very popular hat style for this period. The hat 's brim is turned downward and the crown is about three to four inches high. Its garnishments are a velvet band and bow, a small flower like a bachelor's button, and hatpins.
Costume Description: This lady is wearing a typical walking suit from this era. The tailored coat hem is a little beneath the hipline. The sleeves have cuffs that are about 4 inches deep. The long fur around her neck is either attached to the coat's lapels or it is a stole. She is holding a large fur muff that was fashionable at the time. Her beaded purse looks like it doesn't belong to this costume. It is a purse for a more formal occasion.
Hairstyle Description: Her hair is parted down the middle. Her bangs are curled or frizzed.
Identification Marks on Photo
Name of Sitters: None provided
Type of Photo: Photo postcard, Size of image, 3.5" W X 5.5" H
Studio: None provided
Studio Location: None provided
Date: None provided
Other information: None provided
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