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January 4, 2023

Elegant Photos That Defined Hat Styles for Edwardian Ladies

Edwardian fashion is known for dramatically large hats, such as wide-brimmed, straw cartwheel or sailor hats, heavily-embellished picture hats, and wide, flat caps. Smaller hats, such as straw boaters, were popular for sports. For driving, some women tied long, sheer veils over silk motoring hats.

Hat styles for Edwardian ladies

Enormous hats required hairstyles that could support them. The most popular hairstyle was a full pompadour, with hair swept loosely up into coils or buns. Women might have added braids, false hairpieces, or wigs to give styles more structure and height. Some women used hot curling irons to create frizzy or curly edges. It was also stylish to tuck fresh flowers or decorative combs or hatpins into styled hair.

Here below is a set of elegant photos from The Past on Glass at Sutton Archives that shows ladies’ hat styles during Edwardian era.

Mrs Courtenay Lewis, December 7, 1905

Miss Beckworth, November 27, 1906

Miss Bridges, December 8, 1906

Miss Foord, December 11, 1906

Miss Gowerlores, December 19, 1906

Miss Kohler, 1906

Miss Pronger, November 19, 1906

Miss Taylor and dog, 1906

Miss Taylor, December 14, 1906

Mrs Adams, November 10, 1906

Mrs M Beaumont, October 26, 1906

Mrs Orton, November 28, 1906

Miss Botting, September 28, 1907

Miss D Szlumper, March 10, 1907

Miss J Scott, December 30, 1907

Miss L Fordhaus, July 18, 1907

Miss Pringle, January 11, 1907

Miss Whiteman, September 7, 1907

Mrs G C Hill, May 1907

Mrs Holland, January 12, 1907

Mrs Neville, December 28, 1907

Mrs Saunders, November 20, 1907

Madame Picquart, December 12, 1908

Miss E Harris, 1908

Miss Enfield, November 2, 1908

Miss Gibbs, April 4, 1908

Miss Marston and dog, October 1, 1908

Miss Rowe, November 16, 1908

Miss Champion, December 31, 1909

Miss Inden, November 4, 1909

Miss Reiger, April 27, 1909

Trollope, April 19, 1909

Miss Braddhaw, November 21, 1910

Miss Harrison, August 31, 1910

Miss L Lawerence, August 20, 1910

Miss Martin, November 18, 1910

Miss Sloper, circa 1910

Miss Benns, December 8, 1911

Miss Garnett, September 21, 1911

Miss Searle, October 7, 1911

Mrs A F Nash, September 23, 1911

Mrs Garnett, October 7, 1911

Miss Biddulph, September 2, 1912

Miss D Willis, December 19, 1912

Miss McDougald, December 4, 1912

Mrs Cavell, May 9, 1912

Miss Lockett, circa 1900s

Miss Remmington, circa 1900s

Miss Webber, circa 1900s

Miss Woodroffe, circa 1900s




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