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    • Bustles

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    • From Corsets and Crinolines. The early bustle line, draped over the old hoop skirt, is now reshaped to a flat front with an extension in back. Gradually the extension becomes smaller and is shaped by a wire form. Sometimes stiff horsehair ruffles...
    • Corsets

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    • From Corsets and Crinolines. These corsets form 1878-1880 reflect the change in dress style. The new long-line bodice is fashionable; for a brief time the bustle disappears completely
    • L'Assommoir

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    • An apronlike effect is created by the extended bodice, which is then draped back into a soft bustle effect
    • Carriage Dress

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    • From Mrs. Shield's Monthly Journal. Upon the removal of the bustle, the dress acquires a long train which is as difficult to manage
    • Bustles

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    • From Corsets and Crinolines. The bustle returns. This 1885 example is made of fabric boned for stiffness. Others are shelflike, jutting out sharply at the waist
    • Dress

    • Costume (mode of fashion) ;Clothing ;Dresses (garments)
    • Two piece brown bustle day dress. Bodice extended front and back, rises at sides. Black lace cuff and collar. Bow at center front neckline and center back waistline. Buttons down center front. Bustle falls from extended bodice at back. Skirt with...
    • Women's hats

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    • From La Mode Illustree. Perched on the head, toques are lacy and decorated with drapery in back. Ribbons are drawn under the chin and tied. False braids, curls, or puffs are added in a variety of complicated arrangements
    • Plum, The

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    • Hat styles change frequently. This hat of the late 1870s is lower and covers the forehead
    • Milliner

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    • Looking like confections in an ice cream parlor, these hats are decorated with crisp taffeta ruffles, ribbons, and flowers
    • Rosebud garden of girls

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    • From Victorian Photographs of Famous Men and Fair Women. In the revolt against unnatural and uncomfortable forms, the pre-Raphaelites adopt unbelted and loose dresses, often decorated with embroidery. Hair is long and center parted
    • Nana

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    • The corset is rounded at the bust and hips and shaped to a small waist. Notice the black clockwork stockings, high black French heels, and lace trimmed bloomers
    • Walking Suit

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    • From Changing Fashions. Tailoring details as described in Gody's 1869: Corsages are of medium length and round at the waist. Shoulder seams are short and high. The two darts in each front are short but made very deep to make an easy tapering...
    • Dinner Dress

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    • From Changing Fashions. Silver blue and pale peach striped silk was pleated, puffed, knotted, looped, twisted and draped to confect this dinner dress. Further elaboration was added in the form of gold silk taffeta ruching, machine-made lace, silk...

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