12+ Edwardian Fashion Images
Today we have a stunning collection of Edwardian Fashion Images showing beautiful women’s fashions! Featured below are Vintage Photos and Illustrations of stylish Edwardian Fashion including grand Edwardian hats of the times. The Edwardian period in Britain, Circa 1901-1914, was known for elegance among the wealthy with art and fashion. The reign of King Edward VII was 1901-1910. The onset of World War 1 in 1914 essentially ended this period in history. I hope you have fun using these Edwardian Fashion pictures in your Junk Journals or other Vintage Style Projects.
Edwardian Women’s Fashion Images
Next up we have an oh so elegant Edwardian Ladies Fall Fashion Plate Image. Here we see three styles of outerwear with spectacular hats. These three fashionable Women show belted short coats over matching skirts in green, gold, and navy. The fancy coordinating Hats add so much charm to their outfits I think. I adore their stylish High Button Shoes. The hat on the lady in the center looks like it has Bird’s Wings on it … quite a curious look! Two outfits appear to be heavy woven fabric while the gold one looks to be soft velvet with a matching bag draped over her arm. Perhaps it was meant to be worn as evening attire to a more formal event.
Here we have another lovely Edwardian Fashion Plate Illustration – Ladies in Fashionable Coats! Displayed are three more styles of outerwear with brimmed hats. Wearing belted short coats with matching below the knee skirts in navy blue, green, and burgundy, these are some fashionable women! Wearing marvelous large Hats and stylish pointed toe Pumps, they’re ready to face the cooler weather in style with these gorgeous matching ensembles. Just look at all the lovely details on these outfits; so many buttons and pretty trims, with some of them trimmed in fur for extra warmth. All of the women have short curly hairstyles.
Here is the latest addition to this collection. This one was scanned from a Circa 1917 Catalog, from New York, in my collection. The two pictures above it were actually from the same catalog. The illustration is of a lovely young woman wearing a burgundy dress. The Dress is made of Velveteen and has embroidered touches on the bodice and pockets. It also came in Black, green and blue and the price was $10.98. I’ll take 2 please!
Featured above is a wonderful Edwardian Fashion Image from a Circa 1910 Ladies Fashion Magazine! This one reminds me of one of my favorite shows, Downton Abbey! The fashionable Woman is wearing a marvelous large Hat decked with flowers. Her stylish Dress features Polka Dots with a fancy cut gray over dress from bodice to hips. She’s even got a pretty Parasol! I love that this one is signed.
This is a marvelous Vintage Bicycle Girl Illustration! Dressed all in creamy White, the young lady is in true Edwardian style Fashion. She even has a White Hat and her Bike is White as well. She must be riding at a fast pace, as her long blonde hair is flowing with the breeze.
Vintage Edwardian Fashion Lady Photographs
Pictured above is a wonderful Old Photo showing another well dressed fashionable young Edwardian Lady! She’s wearing a lovely White Lace Dress and Dark Fancy Hat with White Feathers on it! If you look closely you can see that the photo has been tinted slightly. There is just a little bit of Green trim on her Dress.
Here we have an Old Photo of an Edwardian Girl! Dressed all in White with a Big White Bow in her Hair, she is such a lovely young Lady! The dress is so classy and elegant looking. I wonder how long she had to sit for this photo.
Featured above is an Vintage Photo of three Edwardian Girls! This is an Antique Photo Card showing some very stylish looking young ladies! I’m not sure if these three are Sisters or just Friends, but they look pretty pleased to be dressed up in their best outfits, hats and all, for this fun photo! I love the striped coat!
Edwardian Women’s Hats Images
These are three Fancy Ladies Hats from an Edwardian Fashion Catalog! The Black and White Hat Illustrations are spectacular. The top hat has a large Ostrich Plume. The middle one has a giant Bow and is more of a Bowler type or style. The framed bottom Hat Drawing is Oh La La. It has three rows of plums with a topknot that resembles a bun. So fun!
Black and White Edwardian Dress
Here we have a couple of pretty Ladies from an Edwardian Fashion Catalog! Fancy blouses and long skirts with a shorter skirt overlay. They both have loads of buttons. I wonder if the long skirt was detachable? It would be nice to sew them this way! I wish I had a date for you guys on this catalog, but it’s missing the cover, so there is no date to be found. The prices for the blouses were $1.49 and .98 cents. The skirts cost $3.98 an d $4.98! Oh to have those prices once again!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Edwardian Fashion Images! You might also like our Regency Fashion Images HERE and our Victorian Fashion Images HERE.
I love your site and I am sharing it with friends. thank you. Images are splendid!
Karen Watson says
Yay! Thanks so much for sharing!! 🥰
Awesome such great images to add to my crafting, thank you
Karen Watson says
You’re welcome Mel, have fun crafting with these lovely ladies!
Oh, you bet!! To be able to wear those kinds of clothes with such style and class – OMG, just dreaming about it. I haven’t seen Mr. Selfridge. I am going to have to look that up and see if we are able to get it in our area. Being from Canada, you have a lot more variety than we do. LOL! Lucky you!
You mention the displays and lighting, the counters – you know, that all adds up. Not only for the sales but it’s a lot to do with presentation, and I’m sure you will agree. Strolling by as some people call it ‘window shopping,’ well if the window display is blah, it’s not attracting you to go inside, But if a window display is done right, and it’s an eye catcher, well then — it’s a homerun! Oh, yes – to be able to live in that era would be a dream!!
Have a wonderful day and weekend, keeping safe and healthy!!
Karen Watson says
Oh my yes, see if you can get Mr Selfridge, I think you really will enjoy it! It was on PBS here on Masterpiece theater, but I think you can watch it on Amazon Prime now, if you have a subscription. Hope you have a safe and happy weekend too!
Wow! Talk about glamour and fashion combined – excellence! I have to say that these images are my favourites! This is what I love about these beautiful fashions: there is not one duplicate in each style. When you look at those coat dresses – the long jackets with different style collars, sleeves, buttons, and bows, the detailing is outstanding! Even the hats, not even similar but so stylish and fitting to the outfits. Then you have layers of lace and chiffon on the more formal ones….which I’m sure were not formal to them – you would not find a duplicate of each in their boutiques – that’s for sure.
Our contemporary designers think they have it all – no way! Quality is so low level. And then they put their names on the clothes made by third world countries and charge top price for these knock offs.
These designers here, were the cream of the crop in every kind of category imaginable! They were precise in every detail they created with every outfit they designed. And as I said, I bet there weren’t two identically designed and made for those stores and boutiques.
When I was growing up, my Mom worked in an office management position and she always dressed so classy with the matching high heels, beautiful leather purses, woolen suits that came from England and Scotland – OMG, I always looked up to her because she really knew how to put it all together. But in this day and age, it’s pretty sickening to see designers trying to pull a new trend off saying that this is what the fall brings, this is what the summer brings – you have more than a couple of dozen of each on the racks and these trendy fashions are short-lived and out of style in no time,
You’ve got long shirts hanging a mile down from the waist underneath a short bomber jacket; you’ve got these maxi dresses which are about all they are – no style, no nothing – just material down to the mid-calf or ankle; you’ve got shimmery beaded tops with a pair of jeans you just spent $150.00 for a bunch of holes purposely placed and frayed — you call that fashion? (Not you, just saying….Lol!) That’s not fashion. That’s not classic. It’s overpriced garbage that gets thrown to the curb the next season.
This here is classic! This here is gorgeous! This here is beautiful! Oh, how I wish we could bring back those days – where the beauty was everywhere and in everything. I love all of these so much! I hope you continue to find more – you are the best at it!
Thank you so much for sharing these with us!!
Karen Watson says
Aw! Thank you so much Irene!! I totally agree with you, I would love to have been able to wear the clothes from back then. I have been watching Mr Selfridge again, and I just marvel at how elegant and special everything was, the clothes are absolutely gorgeous, but even the counters, the light fixtures and the displays, it must really have been something to shop in such a place at that time! And seamstresses on site, to make sure it all fits perfectly!
cara passarell says
I Love Downton Abbey with everything that is good jn me.Cant wait until the series picks back up again.Waiting for it to come back on,is like summer vaction to end and for school to start up again.
She is GORGEOUS…I would love to see more too! Thanks Karen!
Pat C. says
Oh, what a beauty she is!! I just love fashion from the Edwardian era.♥ Thank you, Karen: ) xoxo
Vince Petrosino says
Brava! You hit the nail on the head with this one. Downton Abbey indeed! Have anymore? Thank you so very much, Karen!
Bliss! Thank you.
Cynthia Stevenson says
I love these Edwardian fashions! Thank you, Karen!
Thank you! I just love her! Do you have more like her? She’s divine! And you are so kind!
I just love the clothing on Downton Abbey…
That image would look lovely printed and framed…I would love to have a set of those! Please post more images from that magazine if there are any…
Karen Watson says
Most of the magazines in my collection have black and white fashion images, but I think I may have a few more color ones,if not though I could probably color some of the black and whites to match this. I’ll see what I can come up with!
Joan of LLD and ART is A Rhapsody Treasure says
This image is absolutely lovely! As are so many of the images you find for all of us.
Just started watching Downton Abbey via Hulu – finished season two and waiting to start season three! Awesome show – totally a favorite in our household now.
Have a Wonderful Week.
Karen Watson says
Joan, I’m still on season 2 too! I’ve got season 3 taped though. I just love it!
Linda Wildenstein says
love this one….
I’m wishing there was reruns of DA, all except the last one of this season….boo hoo. Oma Linda
Love those Edwardian fashions – thanks Karen.