Dottie Thompson I guess I should consider myself as "one of the old ones" as on occasion I still use the phrase gussied up... I also say Holy Moley every once in awhile - is there no hope for me? hahahahaha
Karen Wallace Steely I would say 1900-1905. The girl on the left has sleeves that were the style right as the century changed, and the girl in the middle has the more relaxed, fullness at the bottom sleeves that were popular in the first years of the 20th century. And both have blouses with the "pigeon breast" fullness between bust and waist. By 1910 fashions were more fitted and tailored - these blouses would have been pretty out to fashion by then.
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