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    • Long purple velvet dress with short dolman sleeve. Front bodice has three rows horizontal ruching at shoulder. Ruching extends onto sleeve. Bodice fullness front and back gathered into waist. Collar has ends which tie in front. Skirt wraps in...
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    • Dark peach handmade 'robe de style' dress. Lace shawl collar. Gathered self fabric flower-like motif at center front neckline with long dangling ends. Long lantern sleeve. Piping at waist and at neckline. Extra fullness at sides of skirt is shirred...
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    • Two piece cotton bustle dress, cream with rose colored flower print. Fitted bodice. Double darted. Long fitted sleeve. Inset center front with button closures. Draped front skirt with draped right side panel. Horizontal tucks at bottom of back...
    • Corsets

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    • The corset of 1845, reasonably comfortable above the waist, creates a rounded fullness. The tiny waist is emphasized (from Corsets and crinolines)
    • Fashion plate

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    • The draped apron effect of 1883 is achieved by combining a variety of fabrics. Notice how the new fullness at the top of the sleeves emphasizes the length of the torso
    • Goddess Minerva

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    • The fullness of the skirt is pulled to the center front and belted. The wide, circular collar appears to be made of leather or metal
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. The little, remaining skirt fullness is gathered into an arrangement at the back of this evening gown. Arms tend to be bare. In this example a chiffon drape is arranged in a winglike effect over the arms
    • Fashion plate

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    • By 1895 sleeves are excessively full, reminiscent of the 1830s. Collars and hats are wider in proportion to the sleeves. On the right is the new princess line. The skirt fits smoothly in front. Fullness is held is deep pleats at the center back
    • Mrs. Carl Meyer and her children

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    • The mono-bosom, low, wide necklines, and quantities of tulle and lace. Umbrella-shaped skirts are gored for fullness in the back (collection of Sir Anthony Meyer, Sunningdale, Berkshire)
    • Original ball gown

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    • Arms are often bare except for a loosely draped sleeve. Gloves fit well over the elbow. The bodice is a separate and curves neatly over the umbrella-shaped skirt. The skirt front is cut in two wide gores, its hand and fullness controlled by a...
    • Women sweeping in a room

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    • Detail. The mother Hubbard, in use for housework during the latter part of the nineteenth century, provides a measure of comfort. This example is long and fits loosely in front. Extra fullness is added across the back
    • Kirtle

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    • A distinctive princess-line garment, it is modestly shaped to reveal the torso and has a flaring skirt. It pulls on over the head. Additional fit is achieved by lacing under the arms. Gores can be added to the skirt for extra fullness
    • Martyred Saint

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    • A blue tunica tolaris with long sleeves. The pink paludamentum is decorated with the tablion, a rectangular spot decoration on both front and back which usually has a portrait of the emperor. The cape is now shaped or cut away at the left arm to...
    • Engraving

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    • In Germany and the Netherlands gowns will soon lose their trains, as they have already lost their loose fullness. High-belted waists and open necklines will tend to be filled in with yokes. Notice on the center-front figure the strap across the...
    • Costume historique, Le

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    • The peruke in a variety of styles. Common features are the center part, fullness, and long curls. If one is fortunate to have a full head of hair perukes are unnecessary

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