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April 24, 2021

Neck-line Bertha: The Glamorous Fashion Style For Victorian Women

Neck-line Bertha is the low shoulder neck-line worn by women during the Victorian Era. The cut exposed a woman’s shoulders and it sometimes was trimmed over with a three to six-inch deep lace flounce, or the bodice has neckline draped with several horizontal bands of fabric pleats.


However, the exposure of neck-line was only restricted to the upper and middle class, working-class women during the time period were not allowed to reveal so much flesh.

The décolleté style made shawls to become an essential feature of dresses. Corsets lost their shoulder straps, and fashion was to produce two bodices, one closed décolletage for day and one décolleté for evening.

Here is a set of glamorous photos that show women in Bertha neck-lines during Victorian era.


































1 comment:

  1. They all look like they're fed up waiting on the photographer.

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