Hair and Hats
Sketches of Hair
Fashions in Fashion History From 1900-1914
By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com
Sketches of Edwardian Hair and Hat Fashions in Fashion History from 1899-1912
Hairstyles like dress fashions, often change gradually,
moving slowly from one line to another. These are some drawings of hair
styles circa 1900-1914. Each row shows how hats and hairstyles
evolve during the Edwardian era. I also have selection of
pages on hats and hairstyles of the Edwardian era here.
Edwardian Ladies hats and hair styles - Click to enlarge hats
1899, 1908 and 1908
1906, 1906, 1908, and 1911
Edwardian ladies hats and hair styles
1910, 1911 and 1912
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