Dating vintage christening gowns
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This hairstyle was worn under vast, broad-brim hats with low crowns, and adorned all over with flowers, lace, ribbons and feathers.Men wore three-piece lounge suits with bowler or cloth caps. Most collars were starched and upstanding, with the corners pointing downwards.
Beards were now reserved for mainly older men, and most young men sported neat moustaches and short hair.
During this decade, frilly, puffed blouses and fluted skirts continued to be popular.
A slightly high waistline was fashionable, as was a long tunic-like top worn over an ankle length A-line or 'hobble' skirt (cinched in at the hem).
During World War I (1914–18), women adopted practical, working clothes and they sometimes wore uniform, overalls and trousers.
My sister did this to my nephew and the clock is ticking....18th birthday party should have some good pictures. For children's clothing, department stores and there is a store on the corner of Sihlstrasse and Nschelerstrasse which replaced Chicco a while back.
Babyhaus Wehrli has a shop at Schaffhauserplatz in the city too.
Du Pareil au Mme on Rennweg have some adorable clothes - they might have somethung suitable. For something classic, your best bet's going to be Wehrli's...
More upmarket: Kinderboutique Trottinette, Seefeldstrasse 184, 8008 Zrich Kreis 8 (Seefeld).
The S-bend corset was fashionable during the 1900s.
It thrust the hips backwards and forced the chest forward into a fashionable pouter-pigeon shape, emphasised with puffed, frilly blouses that were often embellished with decorations like lace collars and broad ribbon ties.
Separates were popular, with skirts fitted over the hip and fluted towards the hem.
Hair was worn in a centre parting, often looped around pads and false hair to create a wide 'brim' of hair around the hairline.