Which historical heartbreaker wrote his girlfriend that he’d died?
As Valentine's Day rapidly approaches, let us indulge in a brief study of the Victorian art of flirtation… Under the watchful eye of the chaperone, young singles resorted to clandestine forms of communication to make their romantic interest known. Ladies dispatched secret signals with hand fans and gloves whereas young men distributed flirtation cards on the... Continue Reading →
We have all heard the old adage, “Ladies don’t sweat, they glisten.” Well, the dog days of summer are upon us, and glistening has become routine. A handkerchief, that most basic of accessories, has long served the purpose of dabbing a dampened brow. But the full span of its historical significance bears examination. Handkerchiefs are... Continue Reading →