Not in 1900.
That's the usual Euro-centric view .Many cultures wore less clothes than that pre 1900 with breast & buttocks exposed(Polynesia,South America, Africa, New Guinea,etc...) Some still do today.
Only the 'Superior' Europeans felt the 'natives' were doing something 'morally' wrong & made them cover up once they colonized the area(if they could)
Some Europeans defended people in sub-tropical climate dressing as they please DESPITE being' men of their times'.
Just because a little skin is not the cultural norm(especially sexually repressed Europe) doesn't make nudity immoral nor those who enforce their norms on others right.
This post was edited on 9/19 at 9:22 pm