Search Attempts: Googled "Getting dressed in 1910", "what did women wear as underwear in 1910","Edwardian gowns", etc. Also went through little-details 1910 tag. Also found this kind of awesome WSJ article on getting (un)dressed for historical romance writers.
My character is a young woman in her twenties from one of the richest families in the country and very much shows that in her style of dress. She and her maid are getting her dressed for the day and I'm trying to figure out a) what does she wear under the gown besides a petticoat, corset, and stockings? And b) What should the dress itself look like? Steampunk takes a lot artistic license with clothing, but though I'm allowing some anachronisms to show that the society has developed a bit differently, I want to remain as historically accurate as possible. I'm leaning towards something similar to this traveling suit, but that says it's Victorian era and, again, it's steampunk.