Sometimes, it's best to keep your style simple: a solid color, a small necklace, and big sleeves are enough to send a message. No one knew that better than this young lady, who was most likely photographed at the turn of the century by Gloucester's very own Alice Curtis. Then again, it might be her youthful age that's responsible for her style. Younger girls typically wore simpler, knee-length dresses during this time, while bold patterns and new designs were reserved for grown women. That big bow at the nape of her neck is another hallmark of girls' fashion trends during the Edwardian era.