1800s: Victorian Teenagers Chris August 27, 2012 1800-1899, People 5 CommentsFavourited 1065 times Add to favourites 5 Responses Timothy T. August 27, 2012 More, please. Reply Aristocrat September 2, 2012 Wow. That was a short set wasn’t it? I guess most people in Victorian times shifted from child to adult in the blink of an eye back then. Reply eydie September 2, 2012 mom, can we have the whip to the buggy for friday night? Reply Mike G September 19, 2012 Those crazy kids! Reply Karen September 21, 2012 My mother was a teenager in the 1930s, and she said that even then, there were few distinctive teenage styles. Once you grew out of children’s clothes, you wore adult clothes, with maybe a few faddish touches. When she was in high school, the fashionable way for girls to dress was to wear a short-sleeved sweater top, a pleated skirt, and saddle shoes with white socks. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.