Shop romantic turn of the century vintage-inspired Edwardian dresses. The 1900-1910 Edwardian Era featured large puffy sleeves, a narrow waist, and a full hip with a flared skirt. White tea dresses were very popular during this decade, as were suits with matching skirts and jackets. 1910s dresses gradually narrowed into a column shape during the 1912-13 Titanic era, returning to a fuller but looser shape during and after WW1. Learn the history of Edwardian Era fashion and get outfit ideas with these articles.
From the Gibson Girls to tea on the Titanic in a tea party dress, these dresses are perfect for 1900 to 1910s themed daytime events. Downton Abbey, Somewhere in Time, Mr. Selfridge, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, Anne of Green Gables, and Suffragette all showcase Edwardian era fashion.