Edwardian DressesHere you will make out eighteen delightful illustrations of Edwardian Dresses in both color and black and white with flowing skirts and elaborate hats. They come from the October 1909 issue of The Designer Magazine. Women’s fashion during the Edwardian era was heavily influenced by the Gibson Girl, a fictional character created by illustrator Charles Dana Gibson. The Gibson Girl was a tall, slender woman with a long, straight silhouette, a high waistline, and a full bust. She was typically depicted wearing long, flowing dresses, high heels, and a wide-brimmed hat. You can see similar designs on this page. If you are enjoying these images of Edwardian Dresses, be sure to stop by the pages with more 1900s Fashion and other Edwardian Clothing. Have fun!
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