分类档案:跨万濠会的主题

在这里,您将找到从18世纪到维多利亚万濠会和爱德华万濠会到1920年的不同万濠会的主题和文章。

How To Clean A Corset

How To Clean A Corset

How To Clean A Corset

‘Give your corset air and sunshine if you want it sweet and odorless. You should not expect the best results from your corset without a second one to wear alternately. Any corset needs a rest; two corsets worn alternately will give more satisfaction and service than the same two corsets, each worn continuously until they are worn out, just as two or three pairs of shoes last longer when worn alternately. Continue reading How To Clean A Corset

内衣的历史–爱德华万濠会的维多利亚万濠会& 1920s

如果你’我曾经想知道维多利亚万濠会的女士和1920年代的襟翼穿着什么衣服,你’我来对地方了。进一步了解女性内衣的历史!

内衣的历史-爱德华万濠会的维多利亚万濠会& 1920s

What kind of underwear did Edwardian ladies, 维多利亚万濠会working class women and 1920s flappers wear? Although the terms didn’t change much between the 维多利亚万濠会era and the 1920s, the look of the lingerie changed dramatically. While 维多利亚万濠会women wore a chemise next to their skin, 1920s women wore a teddy instead. But even if the terms are different, the function was the same: to protect the body from the corset and vice versa. Yes, contrary to popular belief, 1920s women still wore corsets!

In general, 维多利亚万濠会women wore the most underwear, especially before the invention of the crinoline–while 1920s flapper preferred to wear only the bare necessities. 维多利亚万濠会women wore a chemise, drawers, corset, corset cover, and many petticoats. 1920s women, on the contrary, often wore only two pieces of lingerie: a teddy and slip.

内裤似乎不比衣服重要,但合适的内衣为衣服提供了基础和合适的轮廓。 Continue reading 内衣的历史–爱德华万濠会的维多利亚万濠会& 1920s

Dressing The1900s Woman – Edwardian Lingerie

Edwardian Lingerie - Dressing TheEdwardian Lady

In the Edwardian era, a matronly figure was fashionable: Thetypical Gibson girl S-shaped, curvy figure with low mono-bosom bust and ample hips.

Theright lingerie ‘显着改善裙子和礼服的合身性和套装’ (W. B.直立紧身胸衣,1902年).

TheEdwardian era lasted from 1901 to 1910 and was an era of luxury with expensive fabrics and lavish lace trimmings. Even if lingerie was almost never seen Continue reading Dressing The1900s Woman – Edwardian Lingerie

1900-1909爱德华万濠会时尚时间表

1900-1909爱德华万濠会时尚时间表

TheEdwardian era covers the short reign of King Edward VII and lasted from 1901 to 1910. It was an era of luxury with elegant dresses, expensive fabrics and trimmings. Even lingerie was lavishly trimmed with rows of lace for the first time in history! Moreover, Edwardian fashion was characterized by the new S-bend corset, the pouter pigeon shape, high collars and hats. While high collars and hats remained popular throughout the era, the pouter pigeon shape decreased over the years. Continue reading 1900-1909爱德华万濠会时尚时间表

200多种历史悠久的DIY天然美容产品

200多种DIY天然美容产品& hair care products –几个世纪以来受到人们的喜爱!它’在家中制作自己的DIY天然美容产品很简单又有趣!

200多种历史悠久的DIY天然美容产品护发套路

维多利亚万濠会and Edwardian women wanted to look their best. But makeup and beauty products weren’始终随时可用。因此,他们在家中自制了自己的DIY天然美容产品。

Learn to make your own makeup, kohl, lip balm, blush, tooth paste, shampoo, hairspray and much more! It’s easier than you’d think to make your own DIY natural beauty products and it’s so much fun!

Continue reading 200多种历史悠久的DIY天然美容产品

Dressing The1920s Woman – 1920s Lingerie

Dressing The1920s Woman 1920s Lingerie

Compared to 1900slingerie, 1920s lingerie looks completely different but women still wore the same kind of underwear: chemises, drawers, camisoles, bras, girdles and corsets. Yes, most women in the 1920s still wore corsets! However, Edwardian lingerie emphasized a curvy silhouette, whereas 1920s underwear created a slender, boyish look. Continue reading Dressing The1920s Woman – 1920s Lingerie

如何用镰刀制作干草–制干草的历史

如何用镰刀制作干草-制干草的历史
TheHaymaker, Julien Dupré, 1890s

 

In the 维多利亚万濠会era, hay was made by hand with a scythe. But even today, a scythe is often used to cut grass and make hay. I love making hay with a scythe– it’s the best full body workout! Every summer, I make hay for our rabbits by hand with a scythe. Besides haymaking, the scythe is also perfect to cut grass on a hill in our garden that is too steep for a lawn mower.

‘现在,当割草机正在割草镰刀时,干草的芬芳弥漫在夏日的空气中,让我们坐在干草堆上,环顾四周的花朵。’ (English Wild Flowers, 1868)

Continue reading 如何用镰刀制作干草–制干草的历史

维多利亚万濠会&爱德华七世万濠会的旅行配件

维多利亚万濠会&爱德华七世万濠会的旅行配件
‘It is a delightful experience to sit in a comfortable, two-horse victoria at the door of the Hotel Toblach, while the driver gathers up the reins preparatory to starting either for Cortina or for the charming intermediate halting-places–Schluderbach and Landro. […] Huge domes and spires, really miles away, seemed close at hand; and like the desert air in purity was the breeze which now and then swept downward from them to refresh us as we drove along.’ (TheDolomites, 1901)

Victorians and Edwardians were fond of traveling.‘The Grand Tour’ –a travel through European countries–was a popular travel to finish the education of wealthy young adults. Italy and Greece were the most popular travel destinations, and some even traveled to the Far East! Theadvent of the railroad and steamships in the 维多利亚万濠会era made traveling much easier. In the 维多利亚万濠会era, there were already unchaperoned traveling women, such as Ida Pfeiffer–the travel blogger of the 维多利亚万濠会era! 😉 Continue reading 维多利亚万濠会&爱德华七世万濠会的旅行配件

维多利亚万濠会&爱德华七世万濠会的圣诞礼物– Part 2

维多利亚万濠会And Edwardian Christmas Gifts
纽约,百老汇的冬季风景,1857年

‘在许多情况下,没有礼物可以像围裙那样有用,或者 nightgown, or petticoat 整齐地制作而成,充满爱意的想法缝在长缝和艰难的褶皱中。’ (TheAmerican Girl’的家庭工作和娱乐手册,1890年) Continue reading 维多利亚万濠会&爱德华七世万濠会的圣诞礼物– Part 2

TheVictorian Christmas Tree

TheVictorian Christmas Tree
TheChristmas Tree, Godey’s Lady’s Book, 1850

The‘door was thrown open leading into the great exhibition-room. Here was a magnificent Christmas-tree hung all over with colored wax tapers; here were tables covered with white cloths, and glittering from head to foot with the most bewitching doll-babies, work-boxes, card-cases, silk dresses, rattles, penny whistles, shawls, sashes, drawing-implements, and I don’t know what all, for big and little, with a name written upon each, and ever so many funny inscriptions to make it all the more merry.’ (第一个美国家庭在德国,1866年,第1页。 183) Continue reading TheVictorian Christmas Tree