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Hair and Hats
Sketches of Hair Fashions in Fashion History From 1900-1914

By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com

 

Sketches of Edwardian Hair and Hat Fashions in Fashion History from 1899-1912

Hairstyles like dress fashions, often change gradually, moving slowly from one line to another. These are some drawings of hair styles circa 1900-1914.  Each row shows how hats and hairstyles evolve during the Edwardian era.  I also have selection of newer pages on hats and hairstyles of the Edwardian era here.

Sketches of  Edwardian hairstyles Fashion history.

Edwardian Ladies hats and hair styles - Click to enlarge hats

1899, 1908 and 1908

Sketches of Edwardian hat styles. Fashion history.

1906, 1906, 1908, and 1911

Pictures of Edwardian Hat Styles Fashion history.

Edwardian ladies hats and hair styles
1910, 1911 and 1912

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See newer pages on hats and hairstyles of the Edwardian era here.

 

 

My Fashion Drawing Template Ebook

 

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Sellers of re-enactment pieces who sell Edwardian Gibson Girls, Victorian styled Crinoline, bustle dresses and Leg o' Mutton 1890's items include the reputable website at recollections.biz.  Recollections make washable garments to fit modern measurements, as well as being wholesale dealers of re-enactment items.

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For more about the Edwardian Era 1890-1901 click on the title you need:-

 

For plastic hat blocks called Hat Shapers and lots of information on hats visit Carol Marston's www.hatshapers.com

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