1. The high waistlines of the Empire and Regency eras meant that little to no adjustment was necessary for maternity fashion.
This lovely Italian round gown dates to circa 1795 and despite its generous waistline, would have been fashionable for women whether they were pregnant or not.

    The high waistlines of the Empire and Regency eras meant that little to no adjustment was necessary for maternity fashion.

    This lovely Italian round gown dates to circa 1795 and despite its generous waistline, would have been fashionable for women whether they were pregnant or not.

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