Miniature Portraits with overlays of mica.
Unusual portraits came into fashion after about 1650. However, all the portraits that were found on the Internet belong to the period from the 1640s to the 1660s.
Lotus shoes (simplified Chinese: 莲履) are traditional Chinese women’s shoes, very small in size. To wear such shoes, it was necessary for girls (about 5-7 years old) to bandage their feet in a special way, turning their toes inward.
Bergère hat (fr. Bergère – eng. Shepherdess) – a wide-brimmed straw hat with a small crown. Bergère hat was in vogue in the 18th century (circa 1730-1780s)
There are different versions of the origin of the name of the hat:
The fancy dress Bat became popular after the creation of the operetta Die Fledermaus (1874) by Johann Strauss II. In the operetta, the costume of the Bat is worn by a man, but the ladies were very fond of this “animal”.
Flappers are the ultra-trendy, fashionable, emancipated young women of the 1920s. These girls are the symbol of the Roaring Twenties. If we talk about the fashion of the 1920s, it is the flappers that personify this style.
The Poke bonnet is a type of headgear derived from a bonnet and a hat. Poke bonnet appears at the beginning of the 19th century, and comes from the fashionable Chapeau à la Paméla (hat with a brim, pressed with a ribbon or veil on the sides).