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Fashion in the 1800's

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Transcript of Fashion in the 1800's

Fashion
in the
1800's

Popular Colors
William Perkins revolutionized clothing color by bringing bright colors.
created the color mauve (lavendar-like color)
Popular colors were burgundy, red, purple, cream color, and neutral colors.
Formal wear generally was brighter colors
casual wear was more neutral.

What Was It?
Classy
Elegant
Showed Class
Layers
Figure
Historical Moments
Victorian era
created by Queen Victoria
embellishments
having a small waist-line
corsets
factory-made clothing
fewer custom sewings
Trends
Fashion Icons

Queen Victoria
Empress Josephine
Work Cited
http://www.fashion-era.com/regency_fashion.htm
http://www.fashion-era.com/the_victorian_era.htm
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/fashion-in-the-1800s.html
http://1800sfashion.weebly.com/silhouette--trends--popular-colors--textiles.html
http://vintagefashionguild.org/fashion-timeline/
http://1800sfashion.weebly.com/influences-on-fashion--designers-and-labels.html
http://enchantedserenityperiodfilms.blogspot.com/2011/03/victorian-wedding-gallery.html
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0864761/

Generally, aristocrat and upperclass were a huge influence.
Shape
a houglass silhouette
small waistline
bustful
princess gowns
A-line dresses
Designers and Labels
Leroy
French women dress designers
provided for Empress Josephine
Charles Frederick Worth
English designer who was successful in Paris
clerk for London textile merchants
His designs were inspired from paintings in the National Gallery
famous for his lavish fabric and trimmings
Textiles and Fabric
Influences
Clothing Parallels
History During

Napoleon Bonaparte (1802-1821)- Military Leader and Emperor of France
Victorian Era (1837-1901)- There was peace and prosperity
Industrial Revolution (1860-) New manufacturing processes
Romanticism- imagination, love for nature, emotion in poetry
Enlightenment- transition from governance based on theology to one based on the Nations State
Lace
Wide Belts
Leggings (long johns or to them it was their underwear)
They listened to Opera's and symphony's.


Franz Schubert
Jewelry and Accessories
Work Wear
Shoes
Hats
Hair
Royalty
Weddings
Men's Wear
Gloves
Handbags
Parasols
Cloaks
Shawls
Dressing Up
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