Hello, Can you all please help me date this skirt and top 2 piece dress. I was told it was Edwardian but that the previous owner could not give me a date. Based on my some of the studying my guess is that it is a 2 piece cotton day dress between 1910-1920 but I have not seen any others like this. The top has snaps and the skirt has two layers. It is a cotton print exclusive of the decoration at the collar. Please forgive all the photos but I would be grateful if you could share your guestimate. Thank you in advance. :kiss2: This top has snaps and is tucked into the skirt which has wide metal hook and eye closures. The snaps in the top go down the front and then there are snaps on each side that snap each side diagonally The bottom of the top is not hemmed. The next one is the back of the collar. The material a bit rougher than the cotton and is embroidered. This one shows the material inside the collar. This is the side of the skirt which has two tiers and the top tier is asymmetrical. This just shows the upper tier lifted and the bottom tier. This last one is the top of inside of the skirt. There are no labels and the bustier is not part of the outfit. Thanks again.