19th Century Clothing
In the 19th century, people worked hard and wore practical clothing. Intended for ages 4-8, this book features over forty colour illustrations and photographs, which show how they dyed, spun, and wove wool and flax to make the cloth from which they sewed their clothes.
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Amelia Bloomer ankle apron Baggy bathing suits Beau Brummel became popular began wearing beneath blouse bodice boots boys braids breeches buckskin bustle buttoned called camisole canvas catalogs chignon coat was short color cotton shirt covered by gaiters Cowboys wore crinoline crown curls decorated with ribbons Deerstalker denim dress pioneer Empire gowns Everyday fabric fancy farmers fashionable fibers were combed flannel flax Flounced footwear formal occasions frock coat front frontier galoshes girls wore hair styles high shoes homburg hooped skirt knees knickers linsey-woolsey mass-produced material men's clothing men's pants middle mobcaps morning coat nineteenth century outdoors overcoat pantaloons Petticoats and drawers Pinafores replaced ruffled Saturday-night bath Scottish silk single or double-breasted skirt were worn smock Soft linen caps sports clothes straps suit coat throughout the nineteenth tight corsets Top hats trousers Union suits velvet waist waistcoat Wellington boot women wore wool wore high-waisted worn by women woven zouave suit