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Au temps des Tournures (1870's-1880's)

Corset - 1878 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Queen Bess" - Royal Worcester Corset Company, 1876 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening Cape - Bon Marché, 1895 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress - 1879 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress - 1879-1881 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mourning Dress - 1880 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bodice - 1875-1885 - Musée Galliera de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

White eyelet, 1880s. Top: Kent State Univ. Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Second row: American Textile History Museum and Time Travelers Antiques via Extant Gowns.

Dress, American, ca. 1885. Paisley wool print. Fashion History Museum, Ontario, via A Vintage Ramble

Woman's Dress | LACMA Collections

Woman's Dress | LACMA Collections

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Parasol. Britain, United Kingdom 1870-1880. (Unknown) © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Parasol | V&A Search the Collections

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LOT 593 SILK AT HOME DRESS with LACE APPLIQUE and TASSELS, 1880s. - whitakerauction

Day dress, Britain, 1885. Printed cotton stitched onto cotton foundation skirt. Basqued bodice falls over cascade of drapery to create bustled silhouette. Dresses usually comprised separate pieces arranged onto foundation skirt. Here, pleated ruffles machine-sewn onto front panel of skirt to give impression of multi-layered garment. Swathe of fabric at top of skirt, “scarf drapery,” created simulated overskirt when pulled up & pleated into side seams. Victoria & Albert Museum

880 Servant Apron Apron made of white linen with the bib pleated into the waistband. Two straps from the bib go over the shoulders to pin at back waist. Skirt pleated onto band which extends to form straps to pin at back. Pocket on right. Bib pocket and hem ornamented with insertions of coarse drawn-thread embroidery.

Manchester City Galleries - Clothes for Work

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Dress - 1887-1889 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art