What a great excuse to enjoy costumes!
So here are some historical treats for you.
This first shows styles and the drastic change from 1908's Edwardian women to the 1920's flappers.
A fun fact: Women have cared about the environment for ages. In the Edwardian Era, the plumage of water fowl were extremely fashionable for hats. The more, the better. The longer, the better. When it became known that the style was endangering several species, women immediately stopped buying and wearing feathers. Many warehouses full of expensive feathers "accidentally" burned down and collected money from the insurance companies.
And now for the second treat: (No tricks from me.) This is a bit long, but I found it hilarious and well worth ten minutes. Victorian girls from a boarding house are going on an outing: (For some reason, I can't embed the video, so here's the link.
Don't you adore the swim suits? The parasols?
Happiness and treats to you all,