She presumably enjoys riding bicycles, wears exaggerated shoulder sleeves, and is afraid of displaying her ankles.
It's also tempting to portray Victorian ladies as frequently fainting from a life spent wearing restrictive corsets.
According to The Journal of Psychology, Victorian beauty standards emphasized delicacy and fragility. Fainting was seen to be a perfectly feminine behavior.
According to the Journal of Victorian Culture, swooning ladies were common characters in Victorian literature and popular culture.
Corsets, on the other hand, may not have been the cause of the Victorian woman's fainting.
To comprehend the Victorian woman's reality, it's necessary to separate her actual experiences from how she's depicted in literature.