During the 1900 to 1920 Edwardian fashion era skirts took on a new place in women’s wardrobes. Convenience and economy made owning several skirts and blouses a regular part of a woman’s wardrobe. These separates were mixed and matched with a wide belt to marry them together. Simple and versatile Edwardian skirts made it possible for women of all classes to look like their icon the Gibson Girl.
The easiest Edwardian costume to make it to combine a white lace blouse with a long full skirt. From the very full gathered skirts of the early years to the narrow A- line tea length skirts of the later years Edwardian style skirts can still be found today. These new skirts make great options for your vintage inspired Edwardian costume.