Omiru Poll Results: Victorian-style Blouses are In…for Now

May 15th, 2006

Omiru Poll Result: Victorian-style Blouses are in...for now

Victorian-style BlouseWe asked: Are Victorian-style blouses In or Out?

You said: They’re in, but you have your reservations about them.  45% of you voted for them, while 34% think they’re Out.  Another 21% believe that they’re on their way out.

Omiru’s take: Though they were everpresent last Fall and Winter, it seems that the fashion community is tiring of these questionably flattering blouses.  And, let’s face it, so are we.  It’s too bad, since something about these blouses screams Spring, but hey, we’re ready to move on to the next silhouette.

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Entry Filed under: Features,News,Trend,What's In and What's Out

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. John  |  November 17th, 2006 at 3:45 am

    Victorian Blouses are absolutely beautiful creations & should never have fallen out of fashion within the 20th Century. Lacy frills & flounces are the ultimate in feminine expression & are deeply arousing, especially in the form of wrist ruffles that fall & flutter upon the wearer’s palms along with the beautiful cascading Jabot styled bodices that flounced all around the buttons.

    I dearly wish the same Victorian frilly lace revival was taking place involving high necked, long sleeved, full length Nightgowns as they are truly iconic of the era with their own characteristic abundance of demure lace & ruffle adornments. They are so incredibly arousing, especially when accompanied by the donning of lace ruffled Night Bonnets tied under the chin & worn to protect the wearer’s hair for the night. Nothing beats the sight of a lady’s face fully framed in adorable single or double lace edged frillings.

    Bring on more Victoriana & may it never go out of style !

  • 2. Trisha  |  November 19th, 2006 at 9:29 pm

    Thanks for your thoughtful commentary, John!

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