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Admin31.08.2021

What to Wear: Rules for Victorian Dressing, Part I

-- Invitations should be sent at least seven to ten days before the day fixed for an event, and should be replied to within a week of their receipt, accepting or declining with regrets.
Admin19.08.2021

Victorian Gentlemen and Ladies: Introductions

Do not use profanity, vulgar terms, slang phrases, words of double meaning, or language that will bring the blush to any person.
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Admin06.07.2021

Victorian Gentlemen and Ladies: Introductions

What is acceptable today may be seen as disrespectful or rude tomorrow.
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Admin13.07.2021

What It Was Like To Attend Afternoon Tea In The Victorian Era

-- Etiquette played its part in Victorian clothing.
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Admin27.06.2021

Etiquette Of Conversation Victorian Era

The Type Of Umbrella You Used Said A Lot About You In The 1890s Robert Louis Stevenson felt so strongly about proper umbrella etiquette that in 1894, he penned an entire essay about it called.
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Admin06.08.2021

Etiquette Of Conversation Victorian Era

The finest attire and decorations will add nothing to the appearance or beauty of an untidy person.
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Admin15.08.2021

7 Bizarre Etiquette Rules From The Past

Being just too busy trying to survive, etiquette played little part in the poor's daily existence.
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Admin21.08.2021

Victorian Era Etiquettes and Manners for Girls, Ladies

Gloves and a bonnet—never a hat—are worn with a visiting dress.
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Admin14.07.2021

Etiquette in Victorian Era

The average girl needed many styles of dress stashed in her closet, including dresses for balls, dinners, walks and carriage rides, in addition to country and.
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Admin12.07.2021

Victorian Era Etiquettes and Manners for Girls, Ladies

It is better to say too little than too much in company: let your conversation be consistent with your sex and age.
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