Risqué Victorian Era Costumes

You can see their ankles! Scandalous. Modestly covered from head to toe 364 days a year, women began to dress in revealing costumes for Halloween as early as the 1820s, as a one day rebellion.

Left To Right: Tulip, Butterfly, Naturalist, Peasant, Baker

Left to Right: Flower Girl, Geisha, Queen, Turkish Dress, Milk Maid

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