to Williamsburg Rose 19th
Century Ladies' Fashions|
a variety of Formal and Informal styles for the modern 19th Century Woman's historical
collection of Ladies' wear represents a number of typical and attractive styles
worn during the 19th Century. Outfits are suited for the modern figure, and can
be worn with or without corsetry. From the late 1850's through the 1880's, gowns
used some type of skirt support - hoopskirt petticoat or bustle, though all these
styles may be ordered without this option.
1860 Ball gown
bodice & skirt
Silk & Velvet, ivory laces
1870's Summer Ensemble
printed & solid cotton
1898 Worth inspired ballgown
black velvet with white satin
1903 Summer White daydress
Williamsburg Rose Historic 19th century Fashions
|Regency Fashions 1800-1820's|
|Romantic-era Fashions 1830's||Victorian-era Romance 1850's - 1860's|
|Late-Century Style 1870's - 1880's|
|Gay Ninties 1890's - 1900|
simple lines on this model feature a yoke-style bodice with centered gathers at
the natural waistline.
or Victorian-style cottons; please state color preference.
Dramatic "Princess" gown has a low, square neckline and lines that skim, and slim, the figure of any Gibson girl. Half-length puffed sleeves of lace fabric are finished with a wide gathered lace ruffle, and even more lace is draped and gathered horizontally along the front decolletage. Fashion flair is added by the wide bows and long streamers falling front the shoulders to the hem.
Stunning in Black and White or colors
in solid colors - smooth Satin or slubbed Shantung fabric
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