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Hemline of dresses/skirts during the Victorian Era.  A popular theme was for ladies to wear longer dresses depending on their age. Grown women were expected to wear at least ankle-length garments, because showing one's legs during that time period was considered scandalous.

The proper length for little girls' skirts at various ages`, from Harper's Bazaar, showing an 1868 idea of how the hemline should descend towards the ankle as a girl got skirt lengths girl ages Harpers Bazar

Women's shoes in blue, from 1900

1900 shoes did not change much from the Victorian Era: Day shoes were typically boots. However, evening shoes were more diverse often court shoe with a small, Louis heel, and often embellished with embroidery or metallic thread.

A pair of women's high heel shoes c.1700, Covered with floral blue silk damask . Embroidered in silver thread |  Museum Weissenfels - Schloss Neu- Augustusburg

A pair of women's high heel shoes 1700 - covered with floral blue silk damask, embroidered in silver thread - Museum Weissenfels - Schloss Neu- Augustusburg

Womens Vintage Brogues Low Heels Multi Colors Lace Up Oxford Flat Leather Shoes | eBay

Womens Vintage Brogues Low Heels Multi-Colors Lace Up Oxford Flat Leather Shoes in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Women's Shoes, Flats & Oxfords

2016 Fashion - Genuine Leather Vintage Oxford Shoes

Genuine leather women flat shoes round toe flats handmade shoes woman US size 11 vintage 2017 sping oxford shoes for women blue