Edwardian refers to a style of dress associated with the period between the 1900 to 1910. Showcased with Clothing lines including high collars and long sleeved, voluminous bustline, fitted waistline and curved full hips. Skirts had majority of the fabric gathered at the back waistline and length reaches to the ankles. This era followed the Victorian period.

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