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In this series you get 18 unique images of late Victorian era women wearing hats with feathery plumage. This trend came to an end after two women instigated a development of tea parties urging their friends to stop wearing these hats. “The watershed moment arrived in 1913, when the Weeks-McLean Law, sponsored by Massachusetts Representative […]
Michael saved to VICTORIAN Fashions, Women
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LostInVictorian saved to Bonnets
“Hello again. Well they do say if you can’t fight wear a big hat. I love all these but the ostrich feather does it for me,number 3 ...Ostrich are termed as wild beasts and a license is needed to keep them. We have an Ostrich farm we used to visit near here. Amazing.”
Blythe Tardis saved to Decorate Hats
A while ago an internet friend asked if anyone would be willing to trim a bonnet for her. I eagerly volunteered for this project! Making hats and bonnets from scratch is fiddly, but just putting the trims on is the fun part! Katie sent me a delightful box of goodies. A pre-made, silk-covered blank bonnet from Timely Tresses was the base. Loads of lovely flowers and ribbons from Etsy! I consulted several fashion plates for design inspiration, including these. Katie asked me to just be…
Here's how I went about recreating a big, fancy, Edwardian hat to wear to tea with my dress-up group, The Atlanta Time Travelers. Sure, you could buy an antique hat. But this was more fun. And if I don't count my time or blood loss in the equation, much less expensive! It's not difficult and requires no advanced sewin
Sandra Mamin saved to bonnets et chapeaux
1910's Accessories: The slaughter of birds for feathers to decorate hats resulted in the near extinction of many birds. By the second decade of the century, some countries were banning the importation of most kinds of feathers.
After looking back, it’s time to look ahead! As usual, my most concrete plans have to do with events, and everything else is a bit less defined. Firstly, 1895! I’ll be going to Bath in …
Laura Ingalls Gunn saved to Fashion 1830's