Edwardian fashion era shaped women to be slimmer and taller, with emphasis of the bust and head. Corsets elongated and flatted women's waits down through the thighs. Walking in them forced a slow almost hobble like gate.
Dresses were long and slender. Beaded or lace fabrics ended in a trail behind the woman. Waists were high with a sash just under the breast line, ornamented with jewels or silk flowers. Sleeves were usually long and gloves worn for every occasion.
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