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Imagine having one of these....Edwardian Hairstyles                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Imagine having one of these....Edwardian Hairstyles More

Fantasy | Magical | Fairytale | Surreal | Enchanting | Mystical | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures |

Fantasy | Magical | Fairytale | Surreal | Enchanting | Mystical | Myths | Legends | Stories | Dreams | Adventures |

Edwardian hair how-to, in the style of The Beauty Department. Original images from Girls Own Paper & Woman's Magazine, 1911.

Edwardian hair how-to, in the style of The Beauty Department. Original images from Girls Own Paper & Woman's Magazine, 1911.

Coco Chanel (1883-1971), French fashion designer & creator of Chanel brand.

Coco Chanel (1883-1971), French fashion designer & creator of Chanel brand.

Mid 19th Century Victorian to 1910s Edwardian combs in black and ivory celluloid, with one mother of pearl and horn, and one rubber with jet beads.

Mid 19th Century Victorian to 1910s Edwardian combs in black and ivory celluloid, with one mother of pearl and horn, and one rubber with jet beads.

Vintage 1900s Tea Gown

Vintage 1900s Tea Gown

Vintage hair - this really reminds me of Padme's Lake Retreat gown hairstyle.

Vintage hair - this really reminds me of Padme's Lake Retreat gown hairstyle.

Five Easy Steps to Victorious Rolls

Five Easy Steps to Victorious Rolls

i love historical clothing: Edwardian hairstyles

i love historical clothing: Edwardian hairstyles

Post Edwardian Hair and Makeup look. Lili Elsie in 1912 http://klimbims.deviantart.com/ To have a tan, was to suggest that a lady was of a lower class, who worked the land. So women of the ‘better class’ remained indoors or in the shade for most of their day.

Post Edwardian Hair and Makeup look. Lili Elsie in 1912 http://klimbims.deviantart.com/ To have a tan, was to suggest that a lady was of a lower class, who worked the land. So women of the ‘better class’ remained indoors or in the shade for most of their day.