Honora Edwardian Suit

Code: 160494-70739
$219.95
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Perfect for that Downton Abbey, Titanic or Suffragette event! You get to select the color of crisp cotton twill to make up our Edwardian-inspired long jacket with matching skirt. The jacket features a wide lapel collar with matching covered button front closure. The gently-gathered skirt has comfortable elastic waist. Please hand wash gently in cold water and hang to dry, or dry clean. Recollections clothing is made with pride in America. Alicia is also wearing a chemisette, hat, jewelry, gloves and boots - all are available priced separately. 

During the Edwardian era, women "right to vote" suffragists used their clothing to communicate their message. Women were often encouraged to wear white in suffrage parades, suggesting the purity and high-mindedness of their goals.
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