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"The proper length for little girls' skirts at various ages", Harper's Bazar, 1868. Diagram showing a mid-Victorian idea of how the hemline should descend from slightly longer than knee-length for a girl of 4 years old to almost ankle-length for a girl of 16.

Wedding ensemble (detail, showing petticoat) by Courvoisier, American, 1870. Silk dress, petticoat, and shoes with leather gloves.

Silk and linen evening dress (back) by Herbert Luey, American, ca. 1890.

Silk ensemble with evening bodice (back), by Dupret, French, ca. 1867.

Evening dress Date: ca. 1865 Culture: British Medium: silk (probably), glass Dimensions: Length at CF (a): 10 in. (25.4 cm) Length at CB (b): 66 in. (167.6 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Allison Sarofim Gift, 2008 Accession Number: 2008.304a–c Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Morning dress Date: 1870s Culture: American Medium: cotton

Ensemble, 1879, French silk with glass beads. #victorian #red

Emile Pingat dress ca. 1860 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ball gown House of Worth Designer: Charles Frederick Worth Date: 1885 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 49.3.23a, b

c. 1860 bodice detail, American or European, cotton, gift of the Misses Faith and Delia Leavens, 1941

Simply stunning creamy-coloured bustled dress.