Fashion By Jessie Raney

Fashion meant that you were presented with etiquette.
Materials such as corsets resembled great etiquette for the ladies.
Woman who wear jewelry is considered conceited.
Men in the Victorian era are very bleak.
Victorian woman are meant to be pretty and sweet looking, with their stylish clothing, making them presentable to the public eye.
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Jessie Raney


Created with images by Pexels - "cloth fabric thread" • CharmaineZoe's Marvelous Melange - "Victorian Fashion Plate 41" • CharmaineZoe's Marvelous Melange - "Carson, Pirie Scott & Co Catalogue, Chicago 1894 - Corsets Page 2" • Iqbal Osman1 - "Emeralds" • Wystan - "victorian young man" • perfectjewels - "Victorian Porcelain Portrait Brooch"

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