Victorian Regency Era (Floriography: (White rose: purity, innocence,…
Victorian Regency Era
White rose: purity, innocence, reverence, a new beginning, a fresh start.
Red rose: love, I love you
Deep, dark crimson rose: mourning
Pink rose: grace, happiness, gentleness
Yellow rose: joy, friendship, the promise of a new beginning
Orange rose: desire and enthusiasm
Lavender rose: love at first sight
Coral rose: friendship, modesty, sympathy
Orange lily: I hate you .
Cactus: I really love you.
Victorian Britain, 1837 - 1901.
He held one of the longest reigns in the history of the United Kingdom and was once considered a national icon, a figure that embodied the values and morals of the society of the time. She was widowed in 1861, and until her death four decades later she was in permanent mourning, always wearing black and avoiding as much as possible all kinds of public appearances.
Improper behavor: Sitting next to a lady in the country side was considered entirely improperly.
It was rude and impolite to smell like onion.
Blowing nose on public.
Church had an influence on the society and daily lives of people.
chemise. Corset.: too tight , laces at the tie, back and in front. Crinolette. The skirt was boning at the bottom. Preticoat. Big Bum!
Camisole: conceals shapes of te corset ridges.
Jane Austen: (16, 1775, in Steventon, Hampshire, England). In the 1790s, during her adolescence, she started to craft her own novels and wrote Love and Freindship [sic], a parody of romantic fiction organized as a series of love letters.
Victorian age is named after Victoria, who became a queen in 1837 at age of 18 and ruled for 68 years until her death in 1901. So, the period from 1837 to 1901 is called Victorian era.
The social order in Victorian edge was a class based. The middele class had to compete with the inmigrats for a work
The wedding day in Victorian times was considered to the most important day in the life of a Victorian girl.
During the early Victorian era, the dressing style resembled the Georgian age clothing style. Victorian clothing style was linked to etiquette as well.
Victorian representatives: Charles Dickens, Bronte sisters, George Eliot, Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy