Tag: Blue

Shades of Victorian Fashion: Cerulean, Mazarine, Navy, and Blue

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During the nineteenth century, blue was considered a versatile color, as suitable for elegant evening gowns and demure day dresses as it was for fashionable bonnets, slippers, and parasols. In shades ranging from the palest cerulean blue to the deepest navy, it adorned women of every age and every station, harmonizing with a wide range of hair colors and complexions. In today‚Äôs article, we look at some of the loveliest examples of the color blue in Victorian fashion.[…]Continue Reading

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