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Hairnet (not snood) of ribbon. The hair is pinned up first, and then the net is put on.

Snood - the ribbon part, not the net You must arrange your hair before putting one on. Simply, this does not mean a ponytail or long braid laying loosely in the must pin it somehow and hide the ends. In the 1860's, women always styled their hair before donning a decorative net. It wasn't used in lieu of styling.

Goth: Beaded Hairnet. Oh my goodness! LOL! My Aunt Marg had one of these with colored beads! I couldn't wait to grow up to wear one!

like the hair. simply dressed in a net. Notice the hair is still braided and pinned even with the net.

Late-ish war, I'd guess. By the stand-up collar. Tho her armsyce is still dropped and her hair quite low so maybe not... This is the correct kind of net and ribbon to wear. Seen more on younger ladies than on older, but not unusual for older ladies either. It is not correct to call them snoods - snoods were worn during WWII. These are nets.

Snood, circa 1860, a snood was a decorative netting worn to contain the hair into a low bun. It came back into fashion in the 1940's.

Net to wear about the house with a wrapper. 1862 Italy

Civil War Era Ribbon Hair Net or Headdress by amykirkpatrick1, $40.00