Shoes & Boots...Victorian Era
Print of A Victorian Boudoir
circa 1865: The interior of a Victorian boudoir. London Stereoscopic Company Comic Series - 455 (Photo by London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images) #MediaStorehouse
What's underneath that Hoop Skirt- The History of Crinoline, the Victorian fashion garment.
Observed from today's perspective, crinolines look utterly uncomfortable and unattractive to the point of absurdity. Why would anyone want to wear
Ideas for The Ladies Shop
Ads & Posters...Diff.
Ads & Posters...Series 1
Ads & Posters...Series 2
Ads & Posters...Corset...Diff.
18 Corset Photos That Will Make You Do A Double Take
For better or worse, France introduced corsets in the 1550s - and they spread in popularity, throughout the world, until the early 1900s. Most often, they emphasized a curvy figure by reducing the waist and and exaggerating the bust and hips in contrast. Fashion is constantly changing, but we think corsets are best left in history. What do you think?