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Hi there! I’m here to show my love to blogs that I consider my inspiration. Although I’m not friends with any of them, I really would like to know them better someday. Thank you all! ♡ 

@srtalennox  ♡ @unstrutus  ♡ @a-dormiveglia  ♡ @pemberley@ourfairlady@oiseauperdu@serendipitydoll@dancing-fairies-in-the-moonlight@meadowmoths@memory-of-the-romanovs@wildflowered@acornfaerie@mernymphs@mercurieux@cutesugerplum@poutchild@timidflower@frail-eternity@sibyllae@awhichofawind@intemporaly@rouane@versaillesheart  ♡ @thesecretfairygarden@wanderingonthemoor @wovenbirds@ciao-miau@austenland@triestesse@bell3epoque@labelle-rose@rosette-fleurs@lavenderenchanted@lavander-moon@lacedheartt@in-thesecretgarden@selkiecherie@windflowerfairy@apothecium@mapofthenight@magic-of-eternity@la-belle-vintage@belovedbabydoll@lace-and-prayer@lovingprideandprejudice@wallflowerhoney@lostcenturies@ladylindy@lady-lavandula@francoiseabernathy@likeanoldstory@rose-oil@inhale-the-fairydust@leirelatent@ofallingstar@somberlily@castles-and-palaces@summerlilac@faedelaforet@sleepymood@filigreefields@september-at-pemberley@seabois@mostarrdently@ma-demoiselle-cherie@english-idylls@stradlatersgirl@austenchanted

The Hobble Skirt
Few garments are named as appropriately as the hobble skirt, a long skirt that emerged toward the end of the Edwardian era that was so narrow at the bottom, the wearer had to walk with short, mincing steps. The designer of this mobility-restricting marvel is said to have been inspired by watching Mrs. Hart O. Berg, the first American woman to fly as a passenger in an airplane, walk away from an aircraft with her skirt tied at her ankles to prevent it from blowing in the wind. (via)