Collection: 1910 & WW1 Vintage

During this decade a slightly high waistline, above the natural waist, was fashionable as were long fluted skirts and the frilly, puffed blouses of previous era's. Long tunic like tops also saw a rise in popularity and were worn with over an ankle length A-line skirt or "Hobble" skirt, named because it was narrow at the hem making the wearer quite literally hobble! No surprise that they didn't see it out of the decade!

During World War I women saw the first time women wore practical "workwear" clothes, from uniforms, overalls and trousers, all a huge step away from women's fashion seen before.