Oh Thank you Chris! That would be wonderful, and the hair too. I haven't found any Gibson Girl hair styles on the market yet either.
Pinterest is a great source for historical clothing/hairstyles and usually has very clear pics.
Here is the link to a search for Edwardian era clothing:
Here is a link for a search on Edwardian Era hairstyles:
Here is a link for a search for "Gibson Girls'
Also, I actually watched the entire series of Downton Abbey because it's set in the Edwardian Era for the most part, it's a great reference for all styles of this period.
On a side note, the Suffragette movement reached its pinnacle during the Edwardian era, women were much bolder, they were more sporty, they drove cars etc... much more free and liberated than Victorian women.
For Edwardian women bustles and corsets were definitely "out" and straighter skirts, even suit jackets, vests and ties for women (for day clothes) were popular, oh and HUGE hats and hair lol.
Another difference that's very general is that the Victorian era had more dark colors and was fairly conservative, the Edwardian Era was lighter all around, pastel colors and more progressive with its eye on the future, it was the onset of a new exciting century and all of the amazing inventions were becoming mainstream and were giving people more leisure time (it's why it was called "the Edwardian Summer"). The Titanic was during the Edwardian Era so if you've looked at the clothing and hair in that movie that might be helpful.
Thank you so much, I REALLY appreciate that you are considering an Edwardian or Victorian line of clothing and hair!
P.S. The Edwardian Era started with high waistlines like the Victorians losing the bustles and ended with almost no waistlines like flappers but before the skirts got short.
Here'are examples with the dates:
1878 (big bustle)
1898 (bustle nearly gone)
1908 (bustle completely gone)
1915 (ankles just beginning to show)
1919 (ankles completely exposed)