Fashion Samantha Gaspard 6th

During the Victorian Era, fashion was a big deal. Women, men, and children had to dress elegant all the time.

Clothes were made in the Victorian era by hand at the beginning, and had machines through the rest of the era.

"Boys still wore frocks with pleated skirts, or tunics and blouses over pleated skirts, until the age of three or four.”

Women's fashion was elegant, and they had to wear dresses all the time. Some of them wore a Basque that looked like a jacket.

In the earlier years, men's fashion was very strict on how to dress but throughout the era they became more relaxed about it.

Overall, fashion was elegant, but also had its times where they didn’t have to dress as nice. They were stricter over the women than the men. Today’s fashion has defiantly changed since the Victorian Era

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