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A Day In The Life Of An Edwardian Family | Turn Back Time: The Family | Absolute History

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Three families experience life across five different eras of British history. The Edwardian era pushes the three modern families to their limits. There is a rude awakening for the Polo-playing Meadows family, who take on the role of being an Edwardian working-class family and must cope with the impact of poverty on their lives, as they and their two daughters adapt to a new role as breadwinners. The Taylor family live the lives of their ancestors as an upper-middle-class Edwardian household. Formality and etiquette mean the Taylor family must live very separate lives and mum Adele struggles as her familiar role as wife and working mum is stripped away. Finally, the Golding family are desperately hanging on to their newly acquired social status as a middle-class family, but for dad Ian it is a chance to put his theories on the benefits of discipline into practice. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

The Biggest Discoveries And Downfalls Of The Edwardian Era | Hidden Killers | Absolute Documentaries

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Described as "an age of firsts," the Edwardian period saw many significant technological advances including the first mass-produced car, the first successful airplane flight, and the widespread use of electricity. Unfortunately, Edwardian society had much to learn about the risks of overloading a socket and the poisonous nature of many gases and powders in use at the time. Citing a lack of understanding as the primary factor in many otherwise avoidable injuries and deaths, Lipscomb educates viewers on the past household roles of toxins including asbestos, ammonia, and ether to name a few. Absolute Documentaries brings you the best of entertaining and fascinating documentaries for free. Whether you’re into true crime, stories from around the world, family and social life, science or psychology, we’ve got you covered with must-see full-length documentaries every week. Subscribe for more premium documentaries: 🤍 From: Hidden Killers Of The Edwardian Home Content licensed from DRG to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

The Problematic Life Of Edwardian Working Class | History Of Britain Season 2 | Absolute History

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Tony Robinson takes us back to the beginning of the last century. It’s a time of elegance, innovation, class division and social progress: The Edwardian Period. Tony begins with two people who travelled on the Titanic. One is ship’s fireman, Arthur Priest, who tends the ship’s furnaces. The other is Mrs Cavendish's Maid, Nellie Barber. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

Ok but how did the Edwardians WASH these dresses?

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Let Audible help you discover new ways to laugh, be inspired, or be entertained. New members can try it free for 30 days. Visit 🤍 or text bernadette to 500-500. Notes: [1] A Competent Committee of Home-makers and Physicians, ed. Home and Health; a Household Manual Containing Two Thousand Recipes and Helpful Suggestions on the Building and Care of the Home in Harmony with Sanitory Laws. Internet Archive. Mountain View, CA, Portland, OR.: Pacific Press Publishing Co., 1907. 🤍 [2] (This image seems to have first appeared online in a Blogspot post, so take it with a pinch of salt.) British Closed Range. Online Image. Victorian Interiors and More. Accessed August 12, 2022. 🤍 (NOTE: There is a second image mistakenly labelled [2] beginning at 04:28 which is cited below [4].) [3] Click Americana. How People Used Vintage Washboards, Wringers & Other Old-Fashioned Laundry Equipment Years Ago. November 11, 2020. Online image. Click Americana. 🤍 [4] Home Washing Machine & Wringer. 1869. Lithograph Print. Library of Congress. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress. 🤍 [2 (second appearance)] Bailey Wringing Machine Co. c. 1870-1900. Miami University Libraries - Digital Collections. 🤍 [5] Bushnell, Joseph P. What to Do and How to Do It; a Home Manual, Treating of the Home and Its Interests, the Culinary Art, Health and Its Requirements, the Farm and Its Activities, Things Worth Remembering, Miscellaneous Information, Etc., Etc., Etc. Internet Archive. Chicago, Ill.: Home manual publishing co., 1909. 🤍 Editing by 🤍Dani Banner 🤍danbanstudio 🤍danbanstudio.com IG 🤍 YT 🤍 Want to get started with hand sewing? 🧵 My new beginner’s sewing book, “Make, Sew and Mend: Traditional Techniques to Sustainably Maintain and Refashion Your Clothes” is now available: 🤍 🕯Check out my Skillshare original course, “Hand Sewing Basics: Working Wonders with Fabric, Needle & Thread”. To sign up for a free trial and take the class, visit 🤍 This channel is made possible through the generous support of Patreon members. To become a patron, visit 🤍 (although videos will remain free for you here regardless). Beyond YouTube: IG 🤍bernadettebanner 🤍 Management contact for business enquiries: bernadette🤍helmtalentgroup.com🤍 Soundtrack: "Simple Pleasantries" by Arthur Benson "By the Border" by Lama House "Tiny Butterflies" by Ofelia Moore "A Box of Happy Memories" by Ofelia Moore "Odd Behaviour" by Arthur Benson "Toss Me the Tomatoes" by Raymond Grouse "In Our Days" by Raymond Grouse "I Have a Plan, Mr Norton" by Arthur Benson "Rotation Begins" by Arthur Benson "Prescient" by Howard Harper-Barnes "In the Wizards Home" by John Abbot

How The Edwardians Prepared Their Farms For Winter | Edwardian Farm | Absolute History

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Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn recreate the running of a farm as it would've been in the Edwardian era. The trio establish their domicile, scrubbing flagstone floor and cleaning out a clogged chimney. They put up hay, hire a stonemason to make a trough, learn to thatch, make rag rugs, begin keeping chickens and sheep. Ruth cooks a sheep's head stew. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

How To Follow Edwardian Etiquette | Time Crashers | Absolute History

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The Time Crashers are now servants at a country house in the year 1913 but their employers are not the cosy fantasy figures of 'Downton Abbey'. Housemaid Fern disgraces herself serving tea to the hatchet-faced lady of the house and Zoe Smith is summarily dismissed without a reference for refusing to pluck a pheasant. The boys also have a hard time having to run backwards and forwards to a hunting party with food, including a jelly that refuses to lie down. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

My Usual Edwardian-Inspired Hair and Make-Up Look

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New Audible members get a 30-day free trial. Visit 🤍 or text "bernadette" to 500 500 to try Audible today! For those asking about the 'dressing gown'it is alas a modern dress that I've had for many a year, but the wonderful independent/slow fashion brand Voriagh sell something extremely similar if you have a dire need for one: 🤍 (Not sponsored, they're just a really great independent clothing brand that I am very glad to promote!) Production: (All links are affiliate links) Primary camera: Sony A7Siii 🤍 Handheld shots: Sony ZV1 🤍 Lens: Sony FE 24-105mm 🤍 Mic: TASCAM DR-10L 🤍 Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro. Want to get started with hand sewing? 🧵 🕯Check out my Skillshare original course, “Hand Sewing Basics: Working Wonders with Fabric, Needle & Thread”. To sign up for a free trial and take the class, visit 🤍 This channel is made possible through the generous support of Patreon members. To become a patron, visit 🤍 (although videos will remain free for you here regardless). Beyond YouTube: IG 🤍bernadettebanner 🤍 Management contact for business enquiries: bernadette🤍helmtalentgroup.com 🤍 Music: (All music from epidemicsound.com unless otherwise specified.) "And We Walk After", Trevor Kowalski "The French Library", Franz Gordon "A Heart Made of Yard", Franz Gordon "Memories of Her", David Celeste "Streichquartett No. 3, 'Kaiserquartett' In C Major, Op. 76_I. Allegro (First Part)

Why Did Edwardian Appliances Cause So Many Deaths In The Home? | Hidden Killers | Timeline

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The dawn of the 20th century and the reign of a new King ushered in an era of fresh inventions and innovations that transformed the way we lived. Electricity, refrigeration and a whole host of different materials promised to make life at home brighter, easier and more convenient. But a lack of understanding of the potential hazards meant that they frequently led to terrible accidents, horrendous injuries - and even death. Dr Suzannah Lipscomb takes us back to an age when asbestos socks and radio-active toothpaste were welcomed into British homes. She reveals how their lethal qualities were discovered and why some of us are still living with the consequences of our Edwardian forbears' enthusiasm for untried and untested products. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service, at a huge discount using the code 'TIMELINE' -ᐳ 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

Evil Edwardian Houses (Life in 1900s Homes)

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Jerry-built, dirty, falling apart and often dangerous - this is what you could rent as a working class family in Edwardian London. Rent was also expensive. Working class families often had to rent a room or two within a house, sub-let from landlords - who themselves were responsible for the payment of families overcrowded into small and mean rooms. For these poorly built houses lacked ventilation, suffered damp and had a lack of basic sanitation. What's more, if the money in your pocket couldn't stretch to better accommodation, you could find yourself renting a room through which another family had to pass through to get to theirs – or even a room in a dark and fetid basement. If that wasn't recipe enough for a nightmare existence, then you might be unfortunate enough to live in mortal danger of your life – a false step from a first floor bedroom directly onto stairs with no bannisters saw too many women and children fall to their death. Find out what type of accommodation you could afford to rent as a working class Edwardian. Would you choose a cheap option so you can afford food or risk a better room for your family in the hope that you would stay in a job? 📣 JOIN to support the channel as a Member: 🤍 👍 Support the channel (donations): 🤍 Do you like history and mysteries? SUBSCRIBE and click the bell icon to keep up-to-date. Please support the channel by sharing this video on social media 📲 ✅ It really helps the channel grow so we can bring you more content to watch 📺 Thank you 👍 Check out Edwardian Documentaries (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Victorian Documentaries (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Worst Jobs in Victorian History (Playlist): 🤍 Credits: Narration - markmanningmedia.com CC BY – Postcard; poor children, Croyden, England by Wellcome Collection; Sanitary law and practice a handbook for students of public health and others by W. Robertson and Charles Porter by Wellcome Collection CC BY-SA – Back Room 1900s House, bedroom 1900s House, Bedroom 1860s House, Staircase 1860s House by James Petts; Cooking Range in the Kitchen by Wehha; Evelina Mansions by Danny Robinson; Laundry copper at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich (mid to late 19th century) by Prioryman; Terrace houses, Osborne Street, Rochdale, Lancashire by Dr Neil Clifton #EdwardianEra #EdwardianDocumentary #EdwardianEngland #EdwardianBritain #EdwardianHouse #EdwardianHouseDocumentary #EdwardianHome #EdwardianHomeLife #HistoryDocumentary #1900House #FactFeast

How To Run An Edwardian Tea Room | Turn Back Time: The High Street | Absolute History

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The butcher, the baker, the grocer and the ironmonger are joined by a dressmaker, and together they must provide a modern town with the exceptional service and luxuriant shop displays worthy of the Edwardians. The baker's family find themselves running an Edwardian tea shop, while the butchers must sell game in all its gory glory to modern customers. The grocer has trained staff, but the challenge of creating an early 20th century wedding breakfast piles on the pressure. All the shopkeepers struggle with maintaining standards, and it becomes clear that underneath its glossy veneer the Edwardian high street was a tough place for women and children. The arrival of call-up papers reminds the traders and the town of the terrible impact that World War One had on Britain's communities. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

Edwardian Britain around 1903 in color!

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Restored and Colorized footage of England around 1903. Interesting glimpses into what life was like in England more than a century ago. Both rich and poor appear in this film. The family group halfway into the film is lord Baden Powell (the founder of the Boy Scouts) and his family. Motion stabilized, colorized and enhanced footage by means of modern software.

The Supersizers Go... Edwardian

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The Supersizers Go... Edwardian All Rights Reserved to the BBC. Used under Fair Use, for culinary history research. Supersizers Playlist: 🤍

Lacy Edwardian Blouses are...COMPLICATED. 🙃

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Try Acorn TV free for 30 days by going to 🤍 and use promo code bernadette. [1] Women, 1900-1914, Plate 019. May, 1901. Costume Institute, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 🤍 Materials: Cotton voile: Fabric Garden, NYC Lace (various styles and widths): Catheryn Collins on Etsy 🤍 Synthetic boning (4mm x 1mm): Burnley & Trowbridge 🤍 Cotton tape for bone casing: Makuba, NYC 1" cotton herringbone tape for placket: stash 1/2" cotton herringbone tape for waistband: stash Thread: white cotton, white silk Want to get started with hand sewing? 🧵 My new beginner’s sewing book, “Make, Sew and Mend: Traditional Techniques to Sustainably Maintain and Refashion Your Clothes” is now available: 🤍 🕯Check out my Skillshare original course, “Hand Sewing Basics: Working Wonders with Fabric, Needle & Thread”. To sign up for a free trial and take the class, visit 🤍 This channel is made possible through the generous support of Patreon members. To become a patron, visit 🤍 (although videos will remain free for you here regardless). Beyond YouTube: IG 🤍bernadettebanner 🤍 Management contact for business enquiries: bernadette🤍helmtalentgroup.com🤍 Soundtrack: "Catalonia", Aleksey Chistilin. Artlist "And We Walk After", Trevor Kowalski. Epidemicsound "Memories of Her", David Celeste. Epidemicsound "I Have A Plan, Mr Norton", Arthur Benson. Epidemicsound "Terra", Ardie Son. Artlist "Suspend Belief", Jon Bjōrk. Epidemicsound "Simple Pleasantries", Arthur Benson. Epidemicsound "Her Own Device", Gavin Luke. Epidemicsound "Reflections", Borrtex. Artlist "The French Library", Franz Gordon. Epidemicsound "Here-There", Yehezkel Raz. Artlist "Countess Castle", Jon Bjōrk. Epidemicsound

How New Electricals Made The Edwardian Home A Deathtrap | Hidden Killers | Absolute History

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The dawn of the 20th century and the reign of a new king ushered in an era of fresh inventions and innovations that transformed the way we lived. Electricity, refrigeration and a whole host of different materials promised to make life at home brighter, easier and more convenient. But a lack of understanding of the potential hazards meant that they frequently led to terrible accidents, horrendous injuries and even death. Dr Suzannah Lipscomb takes us back to an age when asbestos socks and radioactive toothpaste were welcomed into British homes. She reveals how their lethal qualities were discovered and why some of us are still living with the consequences of our Edwardian forebears' enthusiasm for untried and untested products. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

The Rise and Fall of the Gibson Girl: The Icon of the Edwardian Era

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Check out the links below for an exclusive offer on your first pair! My absolute favorite pair 👇🏽 Muse Brookline: 🤍 👓 OPEN ME 👓 Other pairs I’m wearing 👇🏽 Ottoto Arkush: 🤍 Muse Lanier: 🤍 Check out over 10,000 styles at GlassesUSA.com 👇🏽 Eyeglasses: 🤍 Sunglasses: 🤍 When we imagine the Edwardian Era, most of us probably imagine the Gibson Girl the famous character created by Charles Dana Gibson that became one of America's first beauty standards popularized by mass media. But there's more to the Gibson Girl than just beauty; feminism, racism and more are part of her legacy too. Come learn with me! SnappyDragon's Channel: 🤍 🤍SnappyDragon Bernadette Banner's video: 🤍 🤍Bernadette Banner Karolina Żebrowska's video: 🤍 🤍Karolina Żebrowska Find me on Twitter: 🤍 I'm on TikTok 🤍 kazrowe Find me on IG: 🤍 Buy my comics: 🤍 Send me a ko-fi: 🤍 Read my webcomic: 🤍 Catch it on Tapas: 🤍 Line Webtoons: 🤍 Filmed using: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4k– 🤍 Blackmagic Video Assist 5” HDR – 🤍 Olympus M. Zuiko ED 12-40mm f/2.8 Pro– 🤍 Samsung Portable SSD T5 - 2Tb– 🤍 Edited using DaVinci Resolve Studio 17 and the Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Speed Editor: 🤍 🤍 Sources: “The Gibson Girl and Her America” by Charles Dana Gibson and Edmund Vincent Gillon Jr “Plump or Corpulent? Lean or Gaunt? Historical Categories of Bodily Health in Nineteenth-Century Thought” by David J. Hutson “Troubled Abstraction: Whiteness in Charles Dana Gibson and George Du Maurier” by Jennifer Greenhill “The Origin of a Type of the American Girl” by Richard Harding Davis and Charles Dana Gibson “Future of Charles Dana Gibson's Work” by S. N. C., Brush and Pencil Vol. 16, No. 5 “Camille Clifford: The ‘Gibson Girl’ Promise Fulfilled” by Skylar Smith, Fellow, Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies 🤍 “THE GIBSON GIRL ANALYZED BY HER ORIGINATOR” by Edward Marshall, New York Times, Nov 20, 1910 “Florence Lingard, Who Is Called the New Venus de Milo” by Marian Martineau, The Washington Times, April 2, 1905 “An Illustrated Celebrity in American Society: The Biography of the Gibson Girl, 1890-1920” by Jennifer Elena Manzur “The Girl on the Magazine Cover: The Origins of Visual Stereotypes in American Mass Media” by Carolyn L. Kitch “Selling the American New Woman as Gibson Girl,” Beyond the Gibson Girl: Reimagining the American New Woman, 1895-1915 by Martha H. Patterson “Edith Wharton's Gibson Girl: The Virgin, the Undine, and the Dynamo” by Susan Wolstenholme “The Gibson Girl Goes to College: Popular Culture and Women's Higher Education in the Progressive Era, 1890-1920” by Lynn D. Gordon ““Nostalgic Elegance” The Enduring Style of the Gibson Girl” by Joshua Simon and Michael Mamp “Daisy Miller and the Gibson Girl” by Winfield Scott Moody, The Ladies' Home Journal 1904-09: Vol 21 Iss 10 🤍 “Faces Of Feminism: The Gibson Girl and the Held Flapper In Early Twentieth-Century Mass Culture” By Raina-Joy Jenifer Palso “Murder in Hollywood: Solving a Silent Screen Mystery” By Charles Higham

Getting Dressed in Edwardian Working Class Clothes

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Getting dressed in two different working class Edwardian era outfits that I wore this summer for The Edwardian Project! The skirts and undergarments were all patterned and sewn by me, the corset was also sewn by me and the blouses were reproductions I altered to fit me (I forget the brand :( sorry) and the petticoat is vintage. Other items: Shoes - Oak Tree Farms and American Duchess Corset Pattern - Ref W by Atelier Sylphe on Etsy If you liked this video please give it a like, and feel free to subscribe! And if old clothes and sewing sound like your cup of tea, perhaps you'd also like to follow my Instagram for updates and more costuming shenanigans. Instagram: 🤍 ( 🤍Isabella SaintOnge )

Time To Remember - Edwardian Summer 1905 - 1910 - Record B - Reel 1 (1905-1910)

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Pathe have rights to clips in Time to Remember programmes but not to commentary or whole programme as screened. Reel 1. Continued 01:03:41 People walking around outside Brighton Pavilion. People ride on early dodgem car type ride at funfair. People ride on amusement ride featuring cars on rails. Early roller coaster. 01:04:05 English test cricket team come down steps from pavilion. Crowd look on, including school boys and young girls. Line of film cameras. Line up of test team for photo shoot. 01:04:35 Tents and marquees at garden party. Lots of people in smart dress walk about. Group of men on small stage. Two bang drums, one talks to the crowd. Other people dance on stage. More views of the garden party. Three women walk towards camera modelling fashions. Woman walks along modelling outfit and carrying parasol. Two women model clothes and throw bread to fish in pond. Woman walks down steps, meets friend, they chat and climb into car. Women modelling outfits for shooting - they carry gun cases. 01:05:49 C/U women musicians in orchestra pit in cinema. High angle shot of cinema interior. Scenes at boating regatta (possibly Henley or Marlow). Lots of rowing boats on river. Man manoeuvring punt with two female passengers. He is having trouble getting the pole out of the river bed (exaggerated for comic effect). More scenes of regatta. People are watching a rowing race at Henley. Man on put falls into water and splashes around in the water. (End of neg reel) 01:06:55 Boat - "The Brighton Belle" at sea. Its decks are crowded with passengers, some of whom wave at the camera. People disembark from the ship once it has docked. They walk down the gangplank. Continued. FILM ID:47.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍

How The Edwardians Made Cider From Their Apple Trees | Edwardian Farm | Absolute History

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Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn recreate the running of a farm as it would've been in the Edwardian era. Alex and Peter milk goats and train the ploughhorses. They begin a market garden of strawberries. Ruth pickles apples, salts a ham, and smokes bacon. Alex and Peter press apples to cider (scrumpy), freighting first the apples, then the barrel on the river. They visit a cooper and make lime putty. They read government agricultural leaflets, collect eggs, make chicken stew, and celebrate Halloween in Edwardian style. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

let’s de-stress and relax the Edwardian way ❤️

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hiya! this video is a bit different and slower-paced than usual - I've recently noticed a lot of you are feeling pretty burnt out and maybe hopeless even, so here's a little something with some ideas to keep your day-to-day life peaceful and beautiful ❤️ _ My Instagram: 🤍 My nudes: 🤍 My merch: 🤍

THUG EDWARDIAN LADY (100k Special)

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Dressing in Edwardian Clothing: Undergarments and Layers of 1907

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I thought you'd all enjoy a brief look at the layers that commonly went into an ensemble from 1907 as I'm working on a long-form video of sewing the tailored jacket. The Edwardian S-Bend silhouette was not achieved by way of twisting the body, but by padding out with multiple layers. Without the petticoats and pads, the fashionable look could not be achieved! All of these pieces are reproductions that have been made by me. They are based on original fashion plates, drafting manuals, and garments. Combinations: literally a combination of a chemise and drawers. Often made from lightweight, white cotton and trimmed in lace, ribbons, ruffles, and pleats. This was the garment worn against the skin to protect the outer garments from the body. It was only worn for the day before going into the wash. Hip Pad: Worn under and/or over the corset to help fill out the hips. These were often stuffed with horsehair, wool, or other springy fibers. If you didn't have the fashionable proportions of waist to hip, you simply made the hips bigger! S-Bend Corset: Cut to accentuate a curvy silhouette with the chest pushed forward and the hips tilted back. While the waist was usually reduced (comfortably), most of the extreme appearance came from extra padding at hips and/or bust. My natural waist is 30" and in the corset I can manage 27" comfortably (I'm not squishy). So, the extreme shape you see on me does not come from waist reduction! Corset Cover: Worn to protect the clothing from catching or rubbing on the hard edges and metal busk of the corset, or vice-versa. This era often had ruffles on the bust to help accentuate the S-Bend "pigeon breast" shape. Petticoat: In this case, made from cotton and trimmed with pleats and lace. Others came in wool or silk, and were trimmed in an endless variety of ways. This garments helped keep the skirt from binding about the legs as you moved and provided the desired shape. Shirt Waist: Could be worn as an under layer or outer garment depending on the level of decoration and the situation. Closures often involved buttons or hooks and eyes- some were incredibly complex. Princess Skirt: During the 1900s short jackets came into fashion and the waistline of skirts rose to accommodate this. Many skirt styles still ended just at the waist, but the Princess skirt came almost to the under bust. In order to keep the waistline from collapsing, boning was stitched to a lining structure. Tailored Jacket: This particular style of sleeve was found in 1907 and 1908. The general jacket style is often termed "tailored" in fashion magazines (in French "Costume Tailleur" or "Tailored Suit"). It's not surprising as the original this garment was copied from had numerous layers of interfacing and reinforcement commonly found in tailored garments. Socials Instagram: 🤍 Tiktok: 🤍 🎶Music via Epidemic Sound (🤍)

A Day in The life of an Edwardian Housewife

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A Day in The life of a Edwardian Housewife A Day In The Life Of An Edwardian Family | Turn Back Time: The Family | Absolute History Hello everyone! In today's video I have a little silent film style a day in the life of an Edwardian Housewife in the upper class, showing some things they would of done. Like taking care of the family, charity work , sewing, food baskets for the poor, etc,. Also tried to act out the maid lol Hope you enjoy! More Of My Videos : 🤍 Long Hair Through The Decades : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Second Channel : 🤍 Art Instagram : 🤍 Thank you for being here today. Like, comment, subscribe , and click the BELL to get notified when I post a video! I care about each one of you and hope that you will be saved if not already. God loves you and wants you to go to him. He can help you and bring you peace, just as he did for me. :) Jesus said to him, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." -John 14 : 6 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God." -John 3: 16-18 Jesus was sent to die on the cross for our sins, so that we may be saved. He rose from the grave on the 3rd day. He went to God and will one day return again to take his people. In revelation its written about knowing when the time is near etc,. To get saved we must believe in our hearts and confess with our mouth that Jesus is lord and repent of our sins. Even though we are saved through Jesus alone, we got to still keep the commandments not only to show God we love Him but so that we know how to act as children of light. If you don't have a bible you could get a bible app. You can find the commandments of God in Exodus 20 : 3-17

How The Edwardians Threw Parties | Edwardian Farm EP9 | Absolute History

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Back in the Edwardian period, thousands of tourists began coming to the Tamar Valley by paddle steamer every summer. The combination of reduced working hours and greater mobility encouraged a new form of tourism - day-tripping. Workers from towns and cities like Plymouth flocked to rural spots like Morwhellham Quay for festivities. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

Victorian vs Edwardian | which is which?

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Hello everyone and welcome to a new video! I've been meaning to do this for a little while. We had to do some decade based research for one of my modules at university and I thought it was cool to use to it for a video! Often on the internet, it seems Victorian and Edwardian are used almost interchangeably, but they are two different periods with different fashions. It was a lot of fun to find all of these images so I hope you enjoy the video! I was thinking about doing one with questions regarding these periods - I asked on my Instagram if anyone had any questions and some of those I think could be a video by themselves. I've also collected all of the images I could accurately reference! 1. ‘Improvement in hoop-skirts’ patent, by Henry Cook, 1861 🤍 1830s fashion: 2. Walking ensemble ca. 1835, 🤍 3. Morning dress ca. 1837, 🤍 1840s fashion: 4. February 1843, Godey's Lady's Book. 5. Day dress, 1840s, Fashion Museum Bath. 🤍 6. Jenny Lind by Eduard Magnus, 1862, based on an original from 1846, 🤍 7. Dress, 1840s, MET. 🤍 8. Afternoon dress, 1834, MET. 🤍 1850s fashion: 9. Winterhalter Franz Xavier The Empress Eugenie Surrounded by her Ladies in Waiting, 1855. 🤍 Fashion plate, 1857, Journal des Modes 11. ‘Improvement in hoop-skirts’ patent, by Henry Cook, 1861 🤍 12. Mourning dress, ca. 1850-1855, MET. 🤍 13. Silk gauze, c.1855-1860, at the FIDM. 🤍 1860s fashion: 14. “Fabrique de crinolines. - La pose des cerceaux, d'après un croquis de M. Bach”, L’Univers illustré, 1865 15. Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Courtly Gala Dress with Diamond Stars by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1865 16. Sarah Parker Remond, ca. 1865. Peabody Essex Museum. 🤍 1870s fashion: 17. ’Manuela de Errazu’, by Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta, c.1870-1. Museo del Prado. 🤍 18. ’Too Early’ by James Tissot, 1873, Guildhall Art Gallery, 🤍 19. Wedding dress, 1874. Victoria and Albert Museum. 20. Women 1875-1876, Plate 038, Journal des Demoiselles, 🤍 21. Dress, Late 1870s. John Bright Museum Collection. 🤍 1880s fashion: 22. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. "Indoor Costume." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1883. 🤍 23. Dress, brown and tan silk taffeta with cuirass bodice and bustle, c. 1883, University of New Hampshire Library. 🤍 24. 1888-1890, Plate 023, La Mode Illustrée, MET. 🤍 25. ’Woman with a fan made of feathers’, c. 1886, State Library and Archives of Florida. 🤍 26. Afternoon dress, c.1888, House of Worth, MET. 🤍 If you are interested in seeing some more of my work, here are some links: Please consider supporting me on Patreon, 🤍 :) Instagram: 🤍catscostumery 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Ko-fi: 🤍 For business inquiries, email catscostumery🤍gmail.com

Getting Dressed in 3 Edwardian inspired Looks - plus my *very* easy make-up routine

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Another dressup video but this time it's more like I would actually get ready in the mornings: doing hair and make-up in the middle of dressing up and I added some cat content ^^ - If you're interested to have more videos like this one that have more than one Look in it please let me know :) Photography: Werner Baumann. Filming and editing: A Timetravellers' Wardrobe Please keep in mind that this is Not a historical getting dressed video, these outfits are late victorian / early edwardian INSPIRED in order to be part of my regular wardrobe. All clothing patterns are selfdrafted if not specifically stated otherwise. Erdwardian Corset Pattern from Atelier Sylphe: 🤍 (Not sponsored) The music in this video is from the Youtube online mediathek: White River - Aakash Gandhi Beneath the Moonlight - Aaron Kenny Lifting Dreams - Aakash Gandhi Allégro - Emmit Fenn English Country Garden - Aaron Kenny

The Lethal Effects Of Edwardian Makeup | Hidden Killers | Absolute History

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Go back in time with Suzannah Lipscomb to the Victorian times, the Edwardian era and the 50s and see what hidden killers most affected women. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

Easy Edwardian hair ( belle epoque )

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Edwardian skincare and make-up routine 💄 historically accurate

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Does it fit me better the look of The Turn of the Century or the 1910s look? In this video I talk about the beauty standard of the first two decades of the 20th century: 1900-1910, also known as Edwardian Era. Meanwhile I follow the skincare, haircare and makeup routine as described in some vintage books like: - Practical face treatment and natural beauty by a London Specialist, 1900 - The Lady beauty-book by Myrene, 1900 - Beauty and the preservation of youth by An.M.D. 1907 - Health and beauty hints by Margaret Mixter, 1910 - Hygiene of the face and cosmetic guide by Richard W. Muller, 1916 I chose the most common and interesting practices from the different books, some cosmetic ingredients and indications are a little different from one book to another but they are pretty similar in the general practice of the beauty routine. Follow me on Instagram! 🤍 Commercial enquiries: martina.candywanderer🤍gmail.com

Jenna Marbles but she’s an Edwardian lady

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self-explanatory. also very silly, might delete later. anyone else watches youtubers and tries to imagine them as historical figures? just me? ok. if you don't know Jenna, the best recommendation I can give is that I only needed two of her videos to make this. _ My Instagram: 🤍 My nudes: 🤍 My merch: 🤍

Afternoon Tea In An Edwardian Country House With Nicolas

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For today's episode I am at Greywalls - an Edwardian Country House Hotel in Scotland, for Afternoon Tea. Join me for a tour of the house and garden, followed by Afternoon Tea. At the end of the video I share how to make a delicious lemon & poppyseed cake. For the cake recipe, head to my blog: nicolasfairford.com/blog More places to find me: Follow me on Instagram for daily updates - 🤍 Head to my website and sign up to my newsletter for VIP access to new products and news about what I'm doing next - 🤍 For more inspiration from interiors, to recipes and style head to my Pinterest -🤍 TikTok - Nicolas Fairford

What Life Was Like For An Edwardian Farmer | Edwardian Farm EP6 | Absolute History

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Six months into their year, Ruth, Alex and Peter explore the daily lives of Edwardian farmers. This episode has a slightly different format to the rest of the series; instead of covering a whole month's changes it uses a framing device of Ruth writing a letter describing the events of a single day on the farm. It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'AbsoluteHistory' 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries please contact: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com

1890-1910s Victorian and Edwardian England in Colour / 55 Impressive Rare Photos

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Edwardian and Victorian are two different eras in British history, rather monarchy that have left indelible marks on many aspects of life including art, culture, architecture, and even fashion. If you like this video, you could support my technical work, I've spent a considerable amount of time and effort, thank you : paypal.me/realvintagestories All Photos Restored, Enhanced, and Colorized by Bright Style. If you are new to this channel, welcome. Consider subscribing to continue exploring opportunities. Please add your questions and queries in the comments section 👍😊 Please, be aware that colorization colors are not real and fake, colorization was made only for the ambiance and do not represent real historical data. #England #victorian #London

Sewing An Edwardian Tea Gown For Cozy Purposes

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This video is kind of all over the place tonally. It includes my usual silliness but my new camera is so good at picking up the little sounds of my sewing so there is a bit of ASMR style film making in there as well. Patterns Used: Nightgown - Butterick 6997 Night gown sleeves - Black Snail 0816 🤍 Tea gown - Laughing Moon Mercantile 140 🤍 Tea gown sleeves - Simplicity 8462 Belt - 🤍 Fabric: Velveteen - 🤍 Black velvet ribbon - 🤍 Music courtesy of EpidemicSound.com Follow me on instagram 🤍 🤍

Edwardian Lady who Lived with a Poor Family (Shocked by Working Class Life)

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Find out what shocked an Edwardian lady when she lived with a working class family in London. Life and work for most people in the Edwardian era was hard, physical and repetitive. Conditions had begun to improve on the Dickensian suffering the Victorians endured in sweatshops, but concern for staff welfare had a long way to go. This was still an age when sickness and inability to work could mean starvation. Women were working more and more to contribute to the family budget – and not only as maids or nannies, but in industry too. Society still frowned upon women working in factories and considered husbands who allowed their wives in them to be of low character. Working class employees were poorly paid, worked long hours and endured unhealthy conditions that were, often times, dangerous. In the early 1900s there were few people in public life speaking up for the plight of the factory worker. There was a woman, however, who was prepared to expose these conditions to the middle and upper classes, from which she belonged. This is the true story of a woman who disguised herself to live and find a job as a factory worker with a working class family. Find out what surprised and shocked her as she discovers Edwardian life for everyday people. 📣 JOIN to support the channel as a Member: 🤍 👍 Support the channel (donations): Send a Super Thanks on the video page or 🤍 Do you like history? SUBSCRIBE and click the bell icon to keep up-to-date. Please support the channel by sharing this video on social media 📲 ✅ It really helps the channel grow so we can bring you more content to watch 📺 Thank you. Check out Edwardian Documentaries (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Victorian documentaries (Playlist): 🤍 Check out American Slums and Tenements (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Worst Jobs in Victorian History (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Criminal Past (Playlist): 🤍 Check out Victorian workhouses (Playlist): 🤍 Credits: Narration - markmanningmedia.com CC BY - Charing Cross Hospital portrait of theatre staff, Dinners for poor children in Shoreditch, Little Gillions Crozley Green Parlour Maid by Wellcome Collection; Max Blank and Isaac Harris owners of the Triangle Waist Company by Kheel Center CC BY SA - 1900s House by Dennis Jarvis; Bedroom 1900s House by James Petts; Hammersmith Police Station by Edwardx #EdwardianEra #EdwardianDocumentary #EdwardianEngland #EdwardianBritain #EdwardianHouse #EdwardianHouseDocumentary #EdwardianHome #EdwardianHomeLife #EdwardianFood #1900House #FactFeast

Early 1920s/Edwardian Menswear Lookbook

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You will find everything in my list of shops and brands here: 🤍 except the true vintage finds and the items that were made according to our sewing book. You can (pre-)order this sewing book here: 🤍 (we also have a German hard copy version here 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:26 The Working Class Shirt: Made according to our sewing book Tweed Trousers: John Crocket Braces: Thomas Farthing Balmoral Boots: Meermin Mallorca Bakerboy Cap & Neckerchief: Vintage Finds 01:22 The Countryman Shirt: Darcy Clothing Spearpoint Collar, Waistcoat, Knickerbockers, Flat Cap: Made according to our sewing book Tie: Neckwear Sweden Socks: Burlington Oxfords: Allen Edmonds Small Bag: Selfmade Pocket Watch and Chain: Inherited/Vintage Find 02:15 The Stroller Shirt and Spats: Made according to our sewing book Collar Pin and Cufflinks: Vintage Find Braces: Albert Thurston Homburg Hat: Mayser Tie: Neckwear Sweden High Collar: Darcy Clothing Suit: Bespoke by Sebastian Hoofs according to a tailoring book from 1920 Oxfords: Allen Edmonds 03:32 The Businessman Shirt and Collar: Made according to our sewing book Cufflinks: Vintage Find Tie: Neckwear Sweden Pocket Watch Chain: Vintage Find Suit: Bespoke by Sebastian Hoofs according to a tailoring book from 1920 Bowler: Vintage Find (Moore's London) Walking Cane: Cavagnini Fedora: Mayser (Vintage) 04:51 The Aficionado Shirt: Bespoke by Sebastian Hoofs Collar: Darcy Clothing Bowtie, Dinner Suit, Cummerbund, Cufflinks and Shirt Studs: Vintage Finds 05:55 Outro You can support me, by buying me a coffee: 🤍 You might also check out the English version of my blog: 🤍 Don't forget to subscribe! You can also follow me on Instagram: 🤍 My video/audio gear Camera: (DE) 🤍 (US) 🤍 (UK) 🤍 Camera microphone: (DE) 🤍 (US) 🤍 (UK) 🤍

The Hair Parlour | ASMR Roleplay, Edwardian Era (haircut, brushing, shampoo, scalp exam & massage)

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Good evening 😀 Here is my very first hairdresser roleplay (better late than never), I hope you’ll enjoy the Edwardian style ! Thank you for watching. 00:00 Prologue 01:55 Welcome 03:05 Having a look at your hair (brushing, scalp exam) 08:05 Looking at some pictures for ideas (paper sounds, tracing) 12:00 Preparing for the shampoo 14:20 Washing your hair 17:55 Applying a hair tonic (scalp massage) 20:45 Combing and cutting your hair (scissors) 25:55 Spraying some perfume on your hair 26:40 Hair styling, curling strands 32:29 Adding hair ornaments 34:04 Goodbye / Part II coming soon… If you wish to support my channel (thank you !), you can access exclusive content & early releases : ❤ Patreon : 🤍 Edwardian blouse by the lovely Maiju : 🤍 Edwardian skirt by « Gibson Girl Dress » : 🤍 Music used : « Inspiring motivational » by Loletamusic (audio jungle) Help this video by adding subtitles ! 😀 🤍 Thank you : X pitapat (korean) Maya (portuguese, brazilian) Claire Pincemaille (french) Ornescaramouche (spanish, argentinian) Елизавета Мотина, Marina_Grin (russian) Aurora Lagala, Ellie Windham (italian) Sara (finnish) ୧⍤⃝ (indonesian) Charliee (polish) Krimu (czech) Tindra Wennerlund (swedish) Antomag, Blanquipi, Whosdani (spanish, latin America) Katrin10 (german) Sonia (chinese, traditional) Hime chan (vietnamese) Chanidapa Suttigul (thai) Elif Ergün (turkish) Ue, じゃが🤍train (japanese) Find me here : ‣ Instagram : 🤍 ‣ Spotify 🤍 ‣ Apple music 🤍 ‣ Amazon music 🤍 ‣Deezer 🤍 MY GEAR : ‣ Camera : Panasonic Lumix GH4 ‣ Lens: Panasonic 12-35mm / 2.8 F ‣ Microphones / recorder : Sennheiser MK4 + Zoom livetrak8 ‣ Tripod : Benro KH26NL Disclaimer : This video was created for relaxation / entertainment only. For any serious trouble with sleep, stress etc., please consult your physician. For more information about ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response), please have a look here : 🤍

I Made an Edwardian Wrap Cape...and American Duchess Made Shoes to Match!

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Preorder for the American Duchess autumn 2020 styles (including the Bernadette!) is now open through 4 September, 2020! They're giving everyone $20 off the full price during this time; after that, shoes will be available as stock allows, and depending on popularity may or may not be reordered again in future. 🤍 American Duchess ethics- Environment: 🤍 Sourcing: 🤍 More American Duchess: Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍 More Nicole: Instagram: 🤍 Nicole is also secretly a TikTok star: 🤍 Were feet actually smaller back then? 🤍 RESOURCES: Free cape pattern PDF download: 🤍 Other CosTubers who have followed this pattern (if you'd like some different body type examples!): Noelle (Costuming Drama): 🤍 Kacy Burchfield: 🤍 lil' rummager: 🤍 LizCapism: 🤍 Swimming in a Sea of Estrogen: 🤍 Morgan Donner (showcased in the beginning): 🤍 MATERIALS USED: Wool broadcloth (3 yds) - Burnley & Trowbridge 🤍 Silk taffeta lining ("soft gold" color, which seems to be discontinued at the moment) (3 yds) - Burnley & Trowbridge 🤍 Black and white silk threads - Steinlauf & Stoller, NYC Hooks and eyes (2 pairs) - Steinlauf & Stoller, NYC OTHER USEFUL TOOLS: (Please know that these are affiliate links) -Clear 18-inch ruler: 🤍 -Steel-headed straight pins: 🤍  -Every size & weight needle you will probably ever need: 🤍 -My most favorite (& stupidly fiddly) #10 sharps, the tiniest needles: 🤍 -Ye Trusty Olde 8” shears (tartan ribbon not included): 🤍 -Those wee bird snips that literally everyone seems to have: 🤍 -(But I’ve also just found these that are a unicorn and I am severely tempted; I should not be trusted with Amazon: 🤍 -Flexicurve: 🤍 -French Curve: 🤍 Video footage shot on the Sony ZV1 (🤍 Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro. Want to get started with hand sewing? 🧵 🕯Check out my Skillshare original course, “Hand Sewing Basics: Working Wonders with Fabric, Needle & Thread”. To sign up for a free trial and take the class, visit 🤍 This channel is made possible through the generous support of Patreon members. To become a patron, visit 🤍 (although videos will remain free for you here regardless). Beyond YouTube: IG 🤍bernadettebanner 🤍 Management contact for business enquiries: bernadette🤍helmtalentgroup.com 🤍 Music: (All music is from 🤍 unless otherwise specified.) 'Simple Pleasantries' by Arthur Benson 'Incidental Encounters' by Arthur Benson 'Lightdrops' by Peter Sandberg 'Storytellers' by Francis Wells 'A Story Unfolds' by Francis Wells 'Night Walk' by Gavin Luke 'Silent Approval' by Howard Harper-Barnes

Edwardian Fashion

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Hello everyone!! I might not be a History Expert but I wanted to make a little something to help give some inspiration to those looking to add a bit of the Edwardian Era into their wardrobe! I hope this can answer some of your questions! A note I would like to add for women’s fashion: dresses/tops were meant to be worn with a corset and were not cut to allow for the wearing of a dress without one. This is why a lot of items pre-1940s seems to run smaller than expected when shopping vintage! There is information I’ve discovered later I left out/wanted to clarify in this video, so if you have a question, feel free to pop by with a message on my social media! Tumblr: 🤍my-darling-boy Instagram: 🤍slightly_teddy

The Edwardian Age

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Q&A With an Everyday Edwardian

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Hello everyone and thank you for watching this video. I thought this would be a quick easy video, but it turned out it took a lot longer to edit.. The point of my channel is to showcase, explain and discuss antiques and fashion history, mainly relating to the Victorian and Edwardian eras, as it is not only my hobby, but also my lifestyle - being that I wear these clothes every single day. Because of this I never thought it was necessary to introduce myself, but after the many questions I've been receiving about myself I thought it was only fair I introduce myself, so I hope that this Q&A will give you an idea of who I am, why I run this channel and gives you some insight into the life of an everyday Edwardian. If you want to participate in the next Q&A video make sure to check for updates on my Instagram: Thumbnail by: 🤍casper_hjelm If you feel like supporting the channel, feel free to Buy Me a Coffee: 🤍 Friends who inspire me on Instagram: 🤍abravintage 🤍tom.van.het.hof 🤍michieldebaerdemaeker 🤍parker_mcintosh 🤍jonnyhaart 🤍wilhelm.wegner 🤍bunnysvintagewardrobe 🤍the.baron.of.picton Blakesby Hats: 🤍 Bernadette Banner's Video: 🤍 Collaborations: This channel is open to collaborations with fellow YouTubers, sponsors and other businesses. #peakyblinders #vintage #Victorian #Edwardian #mensvintage #1920s Disclaimers: The Antique Menswear channel strives for accuracy in our videos, drawing information from reliable primary and secondary sources, fact checking and partaking in peer reviews of our scripts. We do, however, recognise that we may miss some information or make mistakes simply due to the nature of the subject of men's clothing being vague and not well documented, as well as new information that may surface, rendering information in the video invalid. However, we do our best and fully believe, with the best intentions, that all the information presented in our videos are accurate. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Music: Track: Scott Joplin - A Breeze From Alabama Music provided by FMT 🤍 Ragtime Diner free sound + Royalty Free Ragtime Piano - medium -fast - slow: royalty free Music by Giorgio Di Campo for FreeSound Music 🤍 🤍 🤍 original video: (link to original clip in our channel) - Royalty Free Music: Batty McFaddin - Kevin MacLeod (Silent Film/Ragtime) LICENSE INFORMATION: Batty McFaddin - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍

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