Ch_15_Edwardian_WWI_Women

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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 CHAPTER 15 The Edwardian Period and World War I:1900-1920 Women Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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Costume for Women 1900-1920 1900-1908: Edwardian Styles S-Shaped Silhouette Frilly and Much Decorated Full-bosomed Cut 1909-1914: Empire Revival and the hobble skirt Empire Period and Oriental Influences Straighter Silhouette Peg-topped/Hobble Skirts Tunics 1914-1918: World War I Wider silhouette with shorter skirts Natural waistline with easy fit Belted bodices Pullover Sweaters 1918-1920: Post War Styles Transition to 1920s Narrower silhouette due to lack of supplies Wide waistlines – “Barrel Shaped” Chemise Dress
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20 th  Century Fashion Timeline Kidwell & Steele 1989, p 131
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The Gibson Girl,  created by  Charles Dana  Gibson,  personified the  ideal of young  feminine beauty. Tortora 2006
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Charles Dana  Gibson’s Sister Charles Dana Gibson’s Sister Model for his “Gibson Girl”
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Edwardian and World War I French Fashion: Erté Fortuny Poiret Worth Dinner Dress Designed by Worth, 1910 http://www.mcny.org/Collections/costume/worth/costume2 2.htm
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Women’s Dress 1900-1908 S-Shaped silhouette Frilly and much decorated Full bosomed cut
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Not only did  corsets shape  the body, but  some corset  covers with  attached  ruffles  provided the  desired full- bosomed effect. Tortora 2006
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Undergarments supported this line Drawers Camisoles or Combination Suits Corsets Corset Covers Petticoats Tortora 2006
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A high, boned collar Sleeves often softly gathered to a wristband, called bishop sleeves Narrow waist, with a decorative belt A full bosom Characteristic  features included: Tortora 2006
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These same elements  were evident in the  popular shirtwaists and  skirts of the period. Tortora 2006
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Edwardian Women: 1900-1908 Daytime Evening Ewing, p 37; Hill 1987, p 199 1904 1900
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1901 1908 Women’s Fashions 1900-1908 Tortora 2006
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Edwardian Women: 1900-1908 Bishop sleeves Trumpet/morning glory skirt p 177 Sears Catalog, 1903 1903
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The white cotton  or linen dress,  ornamented with  tucks, ruffles, and  lace, resembled  the frilly lingerie  of the period and  was called  a  “Lingerie Dress.”
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Edwardian Women: 1900-1908 Lingerie dress Tea gown 1905 1902 Overhead; Payne 1992, p 552
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Lingerie Dresses and Tea Gowns Tea Gown, c. 1905 Tea Gown, c. 1908 http://www.antique-lace.com/categories/Museum_Date_3.htm Lingerie Dress, c. 1907 http://www.sensibility.com/vintageimages/1900 s/
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Edwardian Women: 1900-1908 Tailor-mades p447 Calasibetta, 2003 1905 1902 http://www.costumes.org/history/100pages/timelinepages/1900s1.htm 1903
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