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The Whole World in a Seashell

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Registered: May 2009
Location: Belgium (French is my mother language).
Posts: 693
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Name: Rose-Marie DEMELY
Pseudo: Sacha0606
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Kits: - By Miss VIVI: “The Essential”- By Newlifedreams and Cali Designs: I SEA YOU

The seaside resort was an eighteenth-century invention. But once the railway arrived in Britain (around 1850) the masses visited the seaside regularly and it spawned a need for new fashions. In the early Victorian era women had worn serge or dark flannel bathing dresses, but by the 1860s two piece belted costumes replaced the earlier styles. The swimwear bodice top was jacket like and the swimsuit bottom part three quarter trousers which had been rejected only a decade earlier when Amelia Bloomer urged women to adopt them. The later Victorian swimsuit outfit was still cumbersome, but was more practical and more attractive than earlier bathing clothes. Although the trouser was acceptable as Victorian beachwear it did not enter mainstream fashion until the 1920s when trousers were accepted after practical wear in the Great War of 1914-18.
· Date: Mon May 3, 2010 · Views: 55
· Dimensions: 600 x 600 ·
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