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  • Florence Pomeroy, Lady Haberton, was president of the Rational Dress movement in Britain.
  • Women who wore other than skirts to ride a bicycle called what they wore Rational Dress.
  • The Rational Dress Society was founded in 1881 in reaction to the extremes of fashionable corsetry.
  • In the late 19th century concern about reports of tight-lacing caused a movement for rational dress.
  • The magazine proposed rational dress as had her 1885 book which had warned of the dangers of corsetry.
  • What rational dress reform was unable to accomplish in decades of rhetoric, the wheel of changing fashion brought about almost overnight.
  • She thought clothing should be practical and took an interest in rational dress, while also believing that clothes should be beautiful.
  • The teams did not adopt the " rational dress " that had become popular in some women's sports overseas by that time.
  • King resumed her public role with addresses and publications on dress reform and announced that the Rational Dress Society would stage an exhibition in 1883.
  • She was a member of the " Rational Dress Society " and her activity in 1888-1889 brought her to note as a feminist.
  • It was affiliated to the National Cyclists'Union, which was a rational dress'and advocated women's right to wear comfortable clothing while cycling.
  • In 1884 King left England with her companion Elizabeth,  Nellie Glen ( 1848 ?-1900 ), for Canada and the United States, where they continued the campaign for rational dress reform.
  • At the British Association meeting in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1889, Stopes stunned the proceedings by organizing an impromptu session, where she introduced rational dress to a wide audience, her speech being noted in newspapers across Britain.
  • Articles advocating the reform of women's clothing by the British National Health Society, the Ladies Dress Association, and the Rational Dress Society were reprinted in " The Canada Lancet ", Canada's medical journal.
  • Bonheur can be viewed as a " New Woman " of the 19th century; she was known for wearing men's clothing, but she attributed her choice of trousers to their practicality for working with animals ( see Rational dress ).
  • While there she wrote to Florence Pomeroy, Viscountess Harberton in support of her views on dress reform and, on her return to England in 1882, they established the Rational Dress Society with Lady Harberton as president and King as honorary secretary.
  • Florence Wallace Pomeroy, Viscountess Harberton ( 1843 1911 ), of Cromwell Road, Kensington & mdash; wife of Western Rational Dress Society & mdash; cycled on the morning of 27 October 1898 to have lunch at the Hautboy Hotel in Ockham, Surrey.
  • Since women could not cycle in the then-current fashions for voluminous and restrictive dress, the bicycle craze fed into a movement for so-called rational dress, which helped liberate women from corsets and ankle-length skirts and other encumbering garments, substituting the then-shocking bloomers.
  • Klimt also drew some garments for the Fl鰃e salon in the rational dress style-a style promoted by the feminist movement-and from 1898, other clothes designed by the Vienna Secession; the latter were worn without a corset and hung loosely from the shoulders with comfortable, wide sleeves.
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