Corset design also changed during the Victorian period - up until then, the corset really only came down as far as the ribcage. It wasn't until bustles came into fashion (and steel became available) that corsets starting being an "arrow" shape, covering the entire stomach and hip area. They just didn't have the construction materials to make them like that before the 1850's (1860's?). So a pregnant woman could wear a corset several months into the pregnancy without too much trouble, as long as she didn't lace it as tightly.
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My dumb question: you know that little tab on your rear view mirror? The one in the middle on the bottom? (Picture
to refresh your memory.) You know how at night, you can flip that little tab thingy and it makes the headlights in your rear view mirror be not as bright? How does it do that?
I assume it's something about having a double mirror inside, or something, so you're changing the angle - but I've never had the opportunity to take apart a rear-vew mirror to look. And now DH's car has one without the little tab, and I don't know if it's supposed to do something automatically, or if he's just supposed to deal with some idiot with his brights on behind him . . .