Gibson girl(redirected from Gibson girls)
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The American young woman of the 1890s as idealized in sketches by the American illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944).
Of or relating to a clothing style marked by a high neck, puffed sleeves, and a tightly fitted waistline.
(Historical Terms) the ideal fashionable American girl of the late 1890s and early 1900s, as portrayed in the drawings of Charles Dana Gibson, 1867–1944, US illustrator
1. the idealized American girl of the 1890s as depicted by Charles Dana Gibson.adj.
2. of or resembling the clothing of the Gibson girl, typically a high-necked bodice with full puff sleeves and a long flared skirt and tightly fitted waistline.