Women's Clothing 1867-1880
Fashion Museum UK Corset, 1870-1875
Dress (British) ca. 1868 silk
The proper length for little girls' skirts at the appropriate age, This was part of a Harpers Bazaar article in 1868.
1869-1870, Paris, magenta-colored silk gives this dress a rich and flamboyant appearance. It was probably dyed with one of the new synthetic colors produced from the late 1850s onwards, although intense hues could also be created using natural dyes. Satin bows and pleated bias-cut trimmings complement the ribbed silk of this dress, while delicate puffs of tulle inserted into the sleeves soften the impact of the dramatic color.
1869-1870 (made), Paris, Victoria & Albert Museum
1867--follow the link to lots more images
1875--follow link for more images
Morning dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1870s & 80s--follow the link for lots more images
1870s--follow the link for lots more images
1870s--follow links for lots more images
1867--follow link for lots more images
SILK FAILLE BUSTLE DRESS, 1868-1872 3-piece cocoa brown & chestnut brown: peplum bodice, bell skirt & bustle overskirt, trimmed w/ ruffles, small & large functional & decorative buttons embroidered w/ stars, ruched bands & fringed bows, muslin bodice lining, glazed cotton & buckram skirt lining, B 35", W 23.5", Montclair Historical Society
1868-1872 Silk dress
1870, Silk mourning dress (possibly maternity--possibly a wrapper)