100 Years of Fashion // The Fashionable Plus Size Silhouette from 1820-1910

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by Lady Rebecca Fashions

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01.30.2024



Plus size women are fashionable too!

This video details 100 years of fashion for a plus size woman, comparing the popular silhouettes from 1820-1910.

How did things change from the Regency to the Romantic era of the 1830s and 1840s? What happens as we move through the Victorian era, like once hoops are invented in the 1860s, and how did they evolve into the bustle eras of the 1870s and 1880s? How different are the 1890s from the 1900s? And as the Edwardian era progressed into the 1910s, how drastic was that silhouette change?

In this video, we’ll look at how undergarments and outer garments worked together to achieve all of these various silhouettes, and see what they all look like on my plus size body.

*Other Videos Mentioned in This Video*
100 Years of Underwear: https://youtu.be/tqyEXvg5368
Undergarment Hacks: https://youtu.be/QQH09xGYHMA
1830’s Fashion Evolution: https://youtu.be/iLn4qWGgA10
Making my Blue Tissot Bustle Dress: https://youtu.be/E4UEtUxe884
Stripey Seaside Bustle Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeUQ-NeEZhXxhAtuCF3FjTjLCDgjQsbkT
Making my Edwardian Jumper/Pinafore Dress: https://youtu.be/dH6zC-CJi_Y
Making My 1912 Dress: https://youtu.be/iBssm1yKg3A

*Extra Reading on Some Fashion Plates*
1831 Archery Dresses: https://ccdl.claremont.edu/digital/collection/fpc/id/174/rec/1
1877 Zone Front Bustle Gown: http://yesterdaysthimble.com/1877-zone-front-day-dress/

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