No, not correct. Art Nouveau fashion (1890-1910) features full sleeves and flared skirts that taper smoothly to the curved line of the corsetted upper body. In the 1890s the sleeves are especially big, and the corsetting gives an hour-glass silhouette. After 1900 the corset style changes to an "S"curve line(shown below), and soft fabrics with much lace are popular. A high narrow band collar is typical throughout the period.