1. Winter fashions from the February 1917 edition of Vogue magazine.

    Winter fashions from the February 1917 edition of Vogue magazine.

  2. Merry Christmas!
I hope everyone is staying as warm as this woman as this woman looks in her velvet bodice on Christmas Day 1895.

    Merry Christmas!

    I hope everyone is staying as warm as this woman as this woman looks in her velvet bodice on Christmas Day 1895.

  3. A very snazzy winter driving cap, circa 1914.

    A very snazzy winter driving cap, circa 1914.

  4. Despite many stylish attempts to keep warm during the winter most people still relied on good old-fashioned wool underwear. This page from the Fall-Winter 1913 Sears Catalog shows a variety of fabric weights for the same basic style.

    Despite many stylish attempts to keep warm during the winter most people still relied on good old-fashioned wool underwear. This page from the Fall-Winter 1913 Sears Catalog shows a variety of fabric weights for the same basic style.

  5. A fur trimmed evening dress by famed Parisian fashion house Callot Soeurs. It was produced for their Fall-Winter 1910-1911 Collection.

    A fur trimmed evening dress by famed Parisian fashion house Callot Soeurs. It was produced for their Fall-Winter 1910-1911 Collection.

  6. Warm winter boots purchased in 1909 from New York department store B. Altman and Company.

    Warm winter boots purchased in 1909 from New York department store B. Altman and Company.

  7. A velvet afternoon suit from prominent French couturier Jacques Doucet, Winter 1904.

    A velvet afternoon suit from prominent French couturier Jacques Doucet, Winter 1904.

  8. A functional and fashionable wool petticoat from 1903.

    A functional and fashionable wool petticoat from 1903.

  9. Members of the weasel family weren’t the only animals to be used as disturbing Victorian accessories. This late 19th set is made from sea gulls.

    Members of the weasel family weren’t the only animals to be used as disturbing Victorian accessories. This late 19th set is made from sea gulls.

  10. Fur foot-warmers, such as this one which dates to the first quarter of the 20th century, were used on long carriage or car journeys.

    Fur foot-warmers, such as this one which dates to the first quarter of the 20th century, were used on long carriage or car journeys.