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The Very Day After Inauguration...

She looked Amish with her cap. She was wearing bloomers. “Bloomer” were –

“Also called the “Turkish dress”, “American dress”, or simply “reform dress”, bloomers were an innovation of readers of the Water-Cure Journal, a popular health periodical that in October 1849 began urging women to develop a style of dress that was not so harmful to their health as the current fashion. 108 more words

Street Photography

The Victorian Dress Reform Movement

As previously referred to in one of my previous blog posts, Victorian fashion was imperative in defining and identifying the differing class brackets and in making a good impression to society. 370 more words

History

the bloomer

​The ink that split the paper in two was poured from all the emotions within her. Beautiful like a vase she packed bouquets of frolic, hiding a child bound within her.

Picture credits: @Manikya.das

Writing

Mrs. Abraham Darby...

little bud…

apricot rose…

inside wonderful Mrs. Darby…

tiny young bud…

well, …she’s the last bloomer within this 2016th generation…

Nature

Bit of a Bloomer?

This week’s mystery man has a name to conjour with.

The name on the Lych Gate is Bloomer, R C.  He appears to be recorded on the Commonwealth War Graves site as Ronald Charles Bloomer. 70 more words