Victorian beard styles

How To Fill In A Patchy Beard, FashionBeans

The beard has lost its spot at fashion’s top table, but bare-cheeked men still look on the hirsute with awe. Bushiness had its moment quivering down runways, but even if bristles aren’t trending, there’s still something about growing hair from your face in such volumes it can be styled and shaped, that greens the eyes of those who can’t. Because while some chaps seem (Brian) Blessed with cheeks that erupt like Vesuvius, who must shave morning and night or start to look like a Victorian cricket captain, for others, facial hair hits puberty then halts, leaving beards as patchy as a Christmas tree in June. But fret not, smooth-cheeked men. Before googling beard...

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History of Fashion 1840 - 1900 - Victoria and Albert Museum

1840s fashion is characterised by low and sloping shoulders, a low pointed waist, and bell-shaped skirts that grew increasingly voluminous throughout the decade. Evening dresses were often off the shoulder. Hair was parted in the centre with ringlets at the side of the head, or styled with loops around the ears and pulled into a bun at the back of the head. Paisley or crochet shawls were fashionable accessories, as were linen caps with lace frills for indoor wear, and large bonnets for outdoors. Capes with large collars were fashionable.Very fashionable men sported low, tightly cinched waists, with rounded chests and flared frock-coats that gave them a rather hour-glass figure inspired by...

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Antique Metalware Aesthetic Victorian Egyptian Gothic Eastlake Art Nouveau Deco Newport Rhode Island Drawing Room Antiques

Fine Antique metalwork from Their Drawing Room of Newport. Fine antique Sterling Silver, Silver Plate, Bronze, Iron, White Metal, Copper and Gold objects from The Drawing Room Collection.As with most of our pages, clicking on the image will take you to a page of detailed photographs of the subjectIf you wish to be added to our email newsletter - just sign up below:Gift wrapping is available for smaller items and of course we can ship purchases to most destinations via UPS, U.S. Postal or Fedex.We have listed below a new category: to view those pages click on the link.# 5485. An American Aesthetic Movement wall clock - Japanese influenced design. Size: 10" x 12.5". Silver and gold plate on...

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Victorian Christmas games

Victorian Christmas games Victorian Christmas games: The Victorians made Christmas a festival for the family and children, and any gathering was a good excuse to play parlour games. Our guide to Victorian Christmas parlour games should keep your clan educated and entertained. If we temporarily forget about saturnalia and winter celebrations from way back, the Victorians invented most of our Christmas traditions...

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David Beckham reveals wife Victoria hated his heavy beard on The Late Late Show, Daily Mail Online

'She wouldn't kiss me until I shaved it off!': David Beckham reveals wife Victoria hated his heavy beard as he appears on The Late Late ShowPublished: 07:09 GMT, 31 March 2015 | Updated: 10:08 GMT, 31 March 2015He's a man proud of his facial hair, and its ever-changing styles.But David Beckham's recent look - a rather full-on bushy beard - didn't go down too well with his wife Victoria.Speaking to James Corden on The Late Late Show on Monday night, the handsome former footballer admitted that she actually made him get rid of it.'I was in Miami and Victoria actually saw the picture and was like, "There's no way I'm kissing you unless you shave that off,'' he explained.'I left it for a day,...

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Sex object, germ killer, battleground – the wonderful history of the beard, The Humanities Blog

This post was originally published on The Conversation by Dr Alun Withey, Associate Research Fellow in History at the University of Exeter. Dr Withey receives funding from the Wellcome Trust.There have been many incarnations. Photo by Brock Elbank.Beard styles often reveal a moment in time. In 2015 the hipster beard is, despite repeated and insistent claims that the trend is over, still popular. This current trend has already outlasted many of its pogonophilic predecessors over the past 20 years or so. But perhaps the fact that an exhibition at Somerset House in London has just opened featuring 80 portraits by Brock Elbank of hirsute men indicates that the hipster beard will soon, finally...

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