The Pompadour was a hangover from the Victorian era.
This hairstyle was popular from the 1890s and is seen in the "Gibson girl" illustrations of the time.
The style spilled over into the first years of the 20th century when large elaborately trimmed "Picture" hats continued to be worn.
It was usual for this hairstyle to include rolls of padding.
Usually the full Pompadour hairstyle was kept for special occasions.
Women adopted the simpler Low Pompadour
hairstyle for daily wear.
Hats were worn high on the head held in place by long hatpins.
As the decade progressed the trim on hats decreased as the brim size increased.