Narr: Sheryl- comes out and that silhouette changes from an hourglass to less. This was very typical of Charles David's 'Gibson Girl' silhouette where you have a very small waist, very large 'leg of mutton' sleeves, large shoulders, a flare at the bottom of the skirt, and a very small waist look. Approximately 1896.
Narr: Robin- the sleeves would start to go down, but the waist would still would remind small and defined, and skirt would remind full and the sleeves would start to go. This is a two piece outfit as is Sheryl's. Sheryl's is meant to go over, there would be a slight belt that would go with it similar to what Robin is wearing. They would both have very large picture hats on to complete the silhouette.
WMSTR Fashion show at the TMB in Rollag.