How Did Victorian Ladies Stay Warm in Winter? || THE EXPERIMENT

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    Aamukta DuggarajuAamukta DuggarajuԺամ առաջ
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    Katie BalesKatie Bales3 ժամ առաջ
  • Far into the future: "How did they not have pockets? I mean fashion is important, I guess, but..." 🦞

    LynLyn14 ժամ առաջ
  • So you're awesome. This is such a fun topic!

    Tracy EireTracy Eire21 ժամ առաջ
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    Noodles DorkensonNoodles Dorkenson22 ժամ առաջ
  • What I want to know is how ppl in the south did not actually die of heatstroke during the 1800s

    Joanna EllisJoanna EllisՕր առաջ
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    5Fem5Fem5Fem5FemՕր առաջ
  • 🦞 I grew up in Michigan in the US where winter is no joke. I have often waited for the bus in -20F (-29C) weather. Natural fibers like wool and leather definitely keep you warmer than synthetics in my experience.

    majeanmajeanՕր առաջ
  • I didn't find the lobster emoji... 🦐

    Nicole OlseverNicole OlseverՕր առաջ
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  • 🦞🦞🦞 I moved from a hot city to live in a city where it's that cold for a couple months and I have to walk to work. I soon discovered that long skirs are in fashion here for a very good reason! It's like having your own blanket on around the city. I wear tights paired with real wool socks, a knit acrylic skirt most of the time, and I recently got my hands on a Scottish wool long skirt for the coldest days. I usually arrive to work almost sweating after the 40 minutes walk through snow! Which is sad because I acually knitted myself a cute wool hat to match but it's TOO HOT even at -15ºC. Wool is awesome. Please get the camera lady some wool attire next time! 🦞🦞🦞

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    Cynthia DuganCynthia Dugan2 օր առաջ
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  • god I love those earrings..

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  • Very interesting thank you🦞

    Claire VinczClaire Vincz3 օր առաջ
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    Rosita The WeirdoRosita The Weirdo3 օր առաջ
  • OMG THE FAKE BRITISH ACCENT. I almost fell out of my seat laughing

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  • 🦞🦞THATS IT. THIS IS WHAT I"M WEARING FROM NOW ON. *yells offscreen* MOTHER, GET THE PINS AND WOOL!

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    Kateřina ChovancováKateřina Chovancová3 օր առաջ
  • I have a warm leggings and a modern long wool skirt. Let's just say people look at me funny when I carry my coat in my hands and walk around with short sleeves on top in 5°C weather, because they vastly underestimate how warm I am on the bottom. I think the skirt also does a lot on terms of keeping the air in. I can simply keep all that lovely body-warmed air right where I need it.

    notpointednotpointed3 օր առաջ
  • I don't have a lobster emoji, but much respect to the sacrificial sister. Clearly, the old ways were much smarter!

    M BurtonM Burton4 օր առաջ
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    Leah Freudenberger-VitaleLeah Freudenberger-Vitale4 օր առաջ
  • here in Canada we have minus 30 or 40 degrees Celsius. 😭

    Allison LeegwaterAllison Leegwater4 օր առաջ
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    Cato1091Cato10914 օր առաջ
  • 🦞🦞🦞 much respect!!

    Yules EritreaYules Eritrea4 օր առաջ
  • 🦞🦞🦞 I WANNA WEAR VICTORIAN CLOTHES NOW!!

    Ruki's SketchbookRuki's Sketchbook4 օր առաջ
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    Сигрид МунСигрид Мун4 օր առաջ
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    Luciana Moreno CrespoLuciana Moreno Crespo4 օր առաջ
  • So....how do you go to the toilet?!!

    David JohnsonDavid Johnson5 օր առաջ
  • As a Canadian, please use real wool in cold weather. It's so much warmer and is also one of the only materials in existence that will continue to keep you just as warm if it gets wet.

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    Megan SchosboekMegan Schosboek5 օր առաջ
  • 🦞lobster queen🦞

    Evan O'DwyerEvan O'Dwyer5 օր առաջ
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    Paula MolinaPaula Molina5 օր առաջ
  • 16 degrees would be so warm right now. It was -30 here the other day with windchill.🥶

    Sarah SwensonSarah Swenson6 օր առաջ
  • There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing. - norwegian saying

    Micah StoicuMicah Stoicu6 օր առաջ
  • Have you considered sewing ear-cover-bag-thingys to your mask? Your ears will always covered because you have to wear the mask anyway, I did that this winter, and it saved my ears from freezing to death 🦐🦀 (I don't have a lobster-emoji…)

    Tashi KamalaTashi Kamala6 օր առաջ
  • That's settled it then; SO making a wool petticoat and upping my thermal game. Also your sister is such a gem for freezing to death with you, bless her

    Anna-May MoonAnna-May Moon6 օր առաջ
  • 🦞🦐new subscriber. Dig your humor and love textiles and fashion/clothing history. You looked so pretty in the snow which is not easy to do. I don't get to go where it is really cold very much but when I do my skin goes an alarming shade of oatmeal grey with dark circles under my eyes if I'm really lucky. Hope you can continue to show us your great sewing skills in an historical context. With love from Australia.

    ObliviaFallopia EutopiaObliviaFallopia Eutopia6 օր առաջ
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  • 🦞 All the respect!

    leiamar84leiamar847 օր առաջ
  • Yeah! Wool is cool! I am passionate knitter, and I love wool, it will never let you freeze especially if you choose right animal for outside temperature. Alpaca is very warm as most camel, for example, just because of hair structure. But the most warm wool is lopi - sheep wool from Iceland - those sheep survive through really bad weather and developed really protective wool. Fleece and other made of oil fabrics is nothing compare to the world of wool, definitely, not only in warmness, but also in beauty ^_^.

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  • This video brought to you by wool.

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    Kassandra MartinKassandra Martin7 օր առաջ
  • I love when non-English-speakers use words like "isolate" and "desolate" in the French sense. It makes everything more dramatic.

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  • -9С is considered winter? LOL, someone clearly, hasn`t visited Russia, welcome to -40 C and below

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    Signe SomdalenSigne Somdalen7 օր առաջ
  • And also your outfit was by far prettier than any modern winter clothing! That sillouette 😍😍😍 And 🦞🦞🦞 for your sisters sacrifice! ❤️

    K. L.K. L.7 օր առաջ
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    K SheridanK Sheridan8 օր առաջ
  • Loved your experiment. Beautiful clothes & your a delight. This video made me think of something I never thought of before - how great it would be to have a sister. I don't have a lobster emoji on my lap top, but imagine one here :)

    shanalyonshanalyon8 օր առաջ
  • you need to befriend some serious knitters. most of us have enough wool yarn to last a few lifetimes, and we welcome any excuse to make use of some of it.

    the N.Ayishathe N.Ayisha8 օր առաջ
  • Anybody know where i can get the full body woolen bodysuit?

    MoominWhoreMoominWhore8 օր առաջ
  • Come on girl, this is basically what Norwegians still wear every day in winter - using many layers of wool, I mean. Woolen underwear is the best. Try it, other countries. How are you other countries so far behind when it comes to winter clothes 🙄

    HerregudaHerreguda8 օր առաջ
  • 🦞 I'd kill my sister if she made me walk around for an hour straitgh at -7C. But then again, I'm from a tropical country and I'm freezing at anything bellow 17C. Respect 🦞🦞

    Elisa FSilveiraElisa FSilveira8 օր առաջ
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    WolpertingerWolpertinger8 օր առաջ
  • Wool is the king of fabric, it makes me sweat constantly and it has my opest respect. So yeah, wool. Also 🦞

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    Vanessa GilmoreVanessa Gilmore8 օր առաջ
  • 🦞 respect

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  • 🦞🦞🦞 you’re a trooper Gosia! Loved this video, the explanation for short skirts makes so much sense.

    Emma McGinleyEmma McGinley9 օր առաջ
  • Wool is so cool! This is basically how I, a desert flower, dress in base layers while now living in the Northeast: wool sweater, wool long-johns, wool pants, wool socks, wool scarf, and wool gloves with a wool jacket.

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    Nicole McLaughlinNicole McLaughlin9 օր առաջ
  • I think a lot of people today knows too little about the materials they're wearing. In a lot of "winter wardrobe" videos i've seen on youtube is just 3-4 layers of cotton and a polyester coat like 👏that👏is👏not👏enough👏 when it gets below -1 C. You can easily manage with 3-4 layers down to -20C if you choose the right materials though.

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  • 🦐 I know it's not a lobster but it's the best I could find lol.

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  • hi Karolina! the body suit you are wearing would most likely be a union suit! they were originally made for women, but became increasingly popular for men, and eventually became associated with working men (hence the name). they are a precursor for long johns! they would have a flap at the back that could be undone for bathroom purposes. signed, someone who is also looking for a good union suit. or at least a pattern.

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    Carolina LeivaCarolina Leiva9 օր առաջ
  • I agree with you that wool is cool. I sewed two wool skirts for this winter and i love them so much. It's like a blanket 2 go.

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    Caroline LarkinCaroline Larkin9 օր առաջ
  • 🐙 The closest to a lobster my emoji gallery has offered

    Michal GivonyMichal Givony9 օր առաջ
  • she could have worn earmuffs they were invented1873.

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    Alex ParkinsonAlex Parkinson10 օր առաջ
  • We do, in modern times, have flannel lined pants and fleece leggings!

    Kathryn AegisKathryn Aegis10 օր առաջ
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    Ellen DunnEllen Dunn10 օր առաջ
  • HA HA History is history, and if you want to be an Astorian, you know the rest

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  • Imagine removing them (jumpsuit) when you need to go to the toilet

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    Annika KasperssonAnnika Kaspersson10 օր առաջ
  • Mad respect for 🦞Sister Żebrowska!🦞

    Samantha IzaguirreSamantha Izaguirre10 օր առաջ
  • Why actual fashion doesnt keep us warm in winter, real question, if someone knows please tell me 😅😅😅😅😅

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  • 🦞Hope your sister didn’t get frostbite.

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  • Karolina: *Doesn't get cold outside in -7C* Me: *Getting cold in my room in 1C*

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    Alice AdlerAlice Adler10 օր առաջ
  • my device dosnt support real lbster emojis, so here is a fake one "lobster emoji"

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