Shop Edwardian Skirts
Often gored, the skirts of the Edwardian era featured a slimming flute silhouette. Resembling a lily flower, the skirts hung softly over the hips with wide hemlines. Mermaid, corselet and hobble skirts were ever popular during the period.
The mermaid skirt caused a scandal when first introduced in 1901! Focusing heavily on a tight hip-hugging silhouette, the skirt flattered and drew attention to the wearer's bottom. Popular from 1905-1907, the corselet skirt featured a fuller backend and often a train. Meanwhile, the hobble skirt was so narrow at the knees it was often hard for the wearer to walk without hobbling. Popularized at the end of the Edwardian era, these skirts were a short lived fashion trend for good reason!
Recollections offers a variety of Edwardian era skirts with slimming flute silhouettes. No hobble skirts here, thank goodness! Our skirts are made of the finest materials in a variety of shapes and sizes. Choose from charming calico, seductive velvet or delicate lace fabric. Our skirts will surely complete your perfect Edwardian-inspired ensemble!
All Recollections pieces are made in the USA and offered in sizes XS to XXXXL. Our sales representatives are here to answer any questions you may have regarding our lovely historically accurate pieces. We can't wait to make your next (or first) Edwardian era skirt!