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Womens fashions victorian america dating photographs

They range from plain (work or day) to fancy (party, tea or visiting) to extremely fancy (evening, formal or wedding), and are priced accordingly.

The ladies and childrens attire is mostly made by us.Almost any style of clothing that was worn in the United States during the 19th Century (1800s) (starting from the 1820's on, including Victorian, Edwardian, American Civil War, Indian Wars.Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am)) is available.In one image taken around 1910, a woman is seen posing cross-eyed and pulling a funny face.Another unique shot in the 1890s, a couple is pictured desperately trying not to laugh as they get their photos taken.We currently offer Clothing and Military Uniforms from the 1830s through 1900; which includes the Federal Era, Jacksonian Era, Dickens, the (Victorian Era (Mexican War, Antebellum, American Civil War (Confederate / CS / CSA & Union / US / USA), Indian Wars, Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am War)).

We are looking for additional seamstresses to make ladies and childrens clothing items for us as well as additional suppliers of ladies and childrens clothing items.

Tall, stiff collars characterize the period, as do women's broad hats and full "Gibson Girl" hairstyles.

A new, columnar silhouette introduced by the couturiers of Paris late in the decade signaled the approaching abandonment of the corset as an indispensable garment.

Other Items (accessories, accouterments, camp equipment, leathergoods, tents, tinware, etc.) are mostly purchased from other makers, although some are made by us.

In many cases we have mutiple suppliers of items, to assure the we can always have them available.

With the decline of the bustle, sleeves began to increase in size and the 1830s silhouette of an hourglass shape became popular again.