Subject:The costumes seem c1910s
Posted By: beadiste Sun, Nov 19, 2017
Antonia Finnane, in her book Changing Clothes in China, observes re a young woman's clothing (such as the figure on the right)
Caption for Fig. 4.18:
"The civilized girl of the Republic - dressed in close-fitting high-collared ao, trousers of narrow cut, and large-footed shoes. On the front cover of an early women's magazine, she is depicted running around a tennis court."
As for the older woman on the left -
Fig. 4.19 [a photo of Sun Tatsen's daughters, 1912) "... the extremely high collar which is the true mark of the fashions of this era."
Sun's daughter in law in the photo appears dressed identically to the woman in the embroidery.
Note the absence of bound feet.