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  • Biddy Craft

    Hampered by fashion much? Biddy Craft/1860s woman wearing a crinoline being dressed with the aid of long poles to lift her dress over the hoops. Photo by London Stereoscopic Company via Getty

  • Vanessa Benitez

    Another one of the Victorian fashion styles during the 19th century brought back the hoop skirt, the Crinoline Period existing from about 1850-1869. This image the girl is putting on her dress over the hoop petticoat.

  • Suite7beautyTalk

    Dressing Up, #1860 [A woman wearing a #crinoline being dressed with the aid of long poles to lift her dress over the hoops] by London Stereoscopic #vintage #dresses

  • Isma Sarwar

    The Crinoline Period - hoopskirt contributed to the continuing popularity of very wide skirts

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Elisabeth of Austria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia, among others. From an early age, she was called Sisi by family and friends.

Ensemble Date: 1850 Culture: British Medium: [no medium available] Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: C.I.37.46.50a, b

1860 photo of Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898) wearing a lovely gown of the period.

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Found image from Flickr fancy dress set: "The woman is dressed as a carousel with horses dancing round her hem and an organ half way up her skirt. Her vast hat with lanterns on the top represents the roof."