Lady Mary jacket Fiddich Tweed The hips are softened and flattered. The waist gently pinched and emphasised. The back styled to appear to lengthen the female form. The bust is advantaged by a Victorian era doublet-style structure. Heritage-check Fiddich Tweed. Exclusive Great Scot Gold embossed lining. Distinguished equestrian buttons in Old Bronze finish. Made with love and pride, in the UK Matching skirt available Child version available
Scarborough beach, England, taken in 1897. The bathing trolleys were made so that Victorian ladies could get undressed and into their (less than revealing) bathing suits, then be pushed, or pulled, into the sea, and get into the water without revealing themselves to the men's gaze.