Clues to American Dress
Titles in this Starrhill Press series are compact guides to various aspects of American arts, letters, culture, and history. Each thin but information-packed book is carefully researched and written, with line drawings, photographs, and an index.
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THE NEW REPUBLIC 17751860
COMING OF AGE 18601940
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19th century A-line accessories Amelia Bloomer American women ankle ankle-length appeared bandeaux began bloomers blouse bodice bolero jacket bonnet boyish breasts brim bustle calash caps chemise clothing styles Clues to American collars colors corset cosmetics costume cotton covered curls decade designers dress early earrings elaborate England fabric flapper flowers formfitting frills front garment Gibson girl gloves gowns hair hairstyles hats head heels hemlines Henry David Thoreau hips hobble skirt hoop jacket Jean Harlow jeans jewelry knee laced ladies late leather legs linen linsey-woolsey look loose Massachusetts Bay Colony material ment mourning Native American neck necklaces neckline outfit overdress overskirt panniers pantalettes parasols permanent wave petticoats pins pleated pompadour popular powder pregnancy Puritan replaced ribbons ruffle shades shape shawl shoes short shoulders silk skirts became sleeves soft Southern colonies stockings tailored tight trimmed Underdrawers undergarment underskirt upper classes usually waist Watteau sacque wide women wore wool