Costumes of the 19th century
During the 19th century, fashion evolved rapidly with the changes involved by the industrial revolution and new way of life. Continental Europe was made of areas, regions and villages with their own identity, developed from the history and culture of their inhabitants.
Flat silhouette during the first period is replaced by full skirts, corsets, bustles and top hats during the Victorian period before the less restrictive style in 1890 for the wealthy. Traditional garments of the peasantry came to serve as models of these precious countryside identities which disappeared in the early 20th century?
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