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Superb illustrations from an extraordinary resource supply genuine perspectives of evolving Victorian models — from excessive necklines, elongated bodices, and geared up bonnets to extravagant bustles. The meticulously reproduced plates comprise depictions of clothes, robes, and coats in addition to add-ons. A needs to for dress designers, cultural historians, and style fans. creation. Captions.
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White chip hat. Fig. b. Dress of light aqua silk grenadine, over silk of the same shade; the skirt has a plaited ruffle, with a puff and bows of black velvet. Polonaise of lace, striped with velvet. It is trimmed with white Valenciennes and black guipure lace. The silk waist is cut low and the overwaist surplice; long open sleeves. Fig. c. White pique dress for a boy of three years; skirt and jacket trimmed with braid and buttons. White straw hat. Fig. d. Walking dress of dove gray silk, with a polonaise.
Fig. a. Dress of ecru batiste, with polonaise; the skirt trimmed with pieces of the material bound with a band of a darker shade. The polonaise is cut with a vest front and braided with a darker shade. White chip hat. Fig. b. Dress of light aqua silk grenadine, over silk of the same shade; the skirt has a plaited ruffle, with a puff and bows of black velvet. Polonaise of lace, striped with velvet. It is trimmed with white Valenciennes and black guipure lace. The silk waist is cut low and the overwaist surplice; long open sleeves.
PLATE 2. FEBRUARY 1838 AND JULY 1838. Fig. a. Pale fawn dress and matching “peasant fashion” cape edged with silk fringe. Tight sleeves with fancy silk trimming; cord and tassel to match the belt. Matching silk bonnet. Fig. b. Morning dress of Jaconet muslin. Tight sleeves with a single puff above the elbow; lace ruffle at wrist. The skirt has a deep flounce. Plain body crossed in front, showing a cambric kerchief, with a lace frill. Fig. c. Yellow poult-de-soie hat. Gros de Naples dress; low corsage, tight sleeves, three flounces at hem.