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Why do we ladies love clothing so much? Maybe because dresses help define our lifestyles and philosophy, and jewelry can show our mood and even corerct it. I think it's simply a way for us to feel the world, and to communicate in this world. Do you agree? Dress: http://wardrobe.sh/2bV8nLfEarrings: http://wardrobe.sh/2bxbHrUClutch: http://wardrobe.sh/1pHk3UQShoes: http://wardrobe.sh/246gZ1Z
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If you're going to a party, you need a short flirty dress and bright earrings, just like this! High heels add to the charm of your legs, but keep in mind, it's not easy to dance all night long on heels, so this look is great when you have a place to sit and rest. Dress: http://wardrobe.sh/2bkGMmEEarrings: http://wardrobe.sh/1ZFEkXxShoes: http://wardrobe.sh/246gZ1Z
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It has been commonly stated that the first instance of the women wearing high heels involved the 1533 marriage between Catherine de' Medici and the Duke of Orleans. She wore heels made in Florence for her wedding, and as a result, Italian high heels became the norm for ladies of the Duke's court in France. Mary Tudor, another short monarchs, wore heels that were as tall as possible. From this period until the early 19th century, high heels were frequently in vogue for both sexes. The early Victorians were much more comfortable than those of previous eras because shoes were finally being made for left and right feet specifically, and were no longer interchangeable. It became acceptable around 1850 for women to wear the same kinds of boots that men were wearing. Women’s boots would feature intricate embroidery, dying, and lace. They were made from rubber and leather, and also were heeled in a different way than men’s. With scalloped edges, patent leather, and dyed suede, these boots were hardly ones you would want to get muddy, and fashion boots still survive to this day as a lasting testimony to the Victorian Era.
Later in the Victorian Era, as dresses became more bustled and A-line, the shoes turned more into what we would today consider a heel or pump. These heels could be embellished with bows, gemstones, fabric flowers, buckles, tassels—basically, anything you could think of putting on a shoe, it probably happened. Shoes could be covered in silk, suede, or any other fabric, and the variety was as diverse as their owners.
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One important note is that during the Victorian era, shoes were still a luxury. If you had many shoes, you were considered a very wealthy person, and some could still not afford shoes at all. Ladies magazines would instruct; “The foot is one of the chief points by which a woman’s social position is judged. If the feet are small, well-shod, and prettily used in walking, they add an additional charm to the appearance, and are an indication of high standing and … of gentle birth,” so it is crucial that women’s feet looked as presentable as the rest of their outfit.
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This light rose dress is perfect for a summer party, but you can find more reasons to wear it!
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You asked for lower prices, and now we have them - Nataya’s new line, Age of Love! Same signature Nataya Romance, but much easier on the wallet.
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Perfect for a special occasion, and you'll be charming in this amazing sage dress, which always look rich and elegant. Wear it with a lovely set of earrings and a necklace, and throw on some simple elegant heels. Dress: http://wardrobe.sh/2b50JLZEarrings: http://wardrobe.sh/1SuBh4WNecklace: http://wardrobe.sh/1TyMQ8lShoes: http://wardrobe.sh/1KlPn4K
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The Art of a Victorian love letter

The following is a letter to a young lady with whom your acquaintance is very limited. You cannot speak to her with as much familiarity as you would to one in whose family you have been intimate;

Tuesday Morning.

My dear Miss Clatton:

Feeling an interest in you that it is impossible to describe in words,
I have resorted to my pen, and I hope I may not offend you in so doing. Nothing short of the holiest feeling of the human heart would ever prompt me to intrude myself upon the notice of a young lady under any circumstances: and if I know my own heart it feels an interest in you that no effort of mine can shake off. I wish you could appreciate this feeling, and I am sure you would pity me if you did not receive me as a suitor. The object of this note is to ask your permission to pay you friendly visits with a view to closer ties should my society prove agreeable, I will not even request an answer in writing, though if you are pleased to accord me one I shall of course feel highly flattered. I will do myself the honor of calling on you Wednesday evening, on which occasion I hope for much happiness. Yours with much esteem,

John Davis

If the lady is pleased with him — or if she thinks he is a person that she can respect as a friend and will be agreeable as an acquaintance; she can answer the note in a brief manner, something to the following effect ;

Wednesday Morning,

Mr. Davis:

Dear Sir: I received your note and thank you for your candor and kind confidence. I shall be happy to see you this evening; and whenever you are pleased to call on me I shall endeavor to make you welcome. Truly yours,

Letitia K Clayton.
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This dress is a classical interpretation of a popular Titanic Dress. Now you have a chance to get it with 5% OFF!Click the link to see more: http://wardrobe.sh/21OOKDD
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Reminiscent of the Flapper Era, the rose tulle in the front is embroidered with stunning gold detail. Combine this dress with iconic jewelry and shine at your next party! Check it out: http://bit.ly/2asWXwT
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Nataya impresses with this 1920s-inspired dress that is understated yet captivating. This style is perfect for parties! Add iconic earrings and comfortable shiny flats - and dance all night long!
 
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This dress is a classical interpretation of a popular Titanic Dress. Now you have a chance to get it with 5% OFF! Click the link to see more: http://wardrobe.sh/21OOKDD
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Vintage-inspired special occasion dresses and accessories: Inga Nataya and Sue Wong dresses, vintage-style plus size dresses, 1890s to the 1920s style dresses, vintage style wedding dresses.
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Sophisticated, enchanting, elegant, whimsical, romantic, classic; these are all ways to describe the vintage dresses and accessories at WardrobeShop. Whether looking for something from the Titanic Era of fashion (early 1900s) or the Great Gatsby Era (1920s) or a vintage prom dress for your high schooler with a great fashion sense, your search has never been easier. This couture dress shop includes designers from around the world including Inga Nataya, Sue Wong, Louisa Voisine Millinery, Bella Belle, Tatis Hotties and Nora Karen.

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