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The striped green skirt in this example is composed of eight gores that significantly reduce the amount of bulky pleating and gathering at the waist characterising earlier styles. Contrary to much speculation, these gores did not radically diminish the size of the skirt as The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine pointed out in March Crinolines, far from being left off, have merely changed their shape; they are plain in Looking for girl 1840, but puffed out on either side so as to remind one strongly of the hoops or paniers of the last century'.
The resulting puffs and draperies were copiously trimmed with silk fringe, brocaded satin braid, beads, marabou feathers, garlands and applied Ladies looking hot sex Charleston Arkansas 72933 flowers.
Beneath all these layers and decorative trimmings it is a wonder that a woman could discreetly find her watch pocket which was often concealed in the waistband of her skirt. Vivid magenta-coloured silk gives this dress a rich and flamboyant appearance. It was probably dyed with one of the new synthetic colours produced from the late s onwards, although intense Adult massage Lavenham could also be created using natural dyes.
The artificial forms of magenta were very popular and a battle for patents began as dyers sought to distinguish their inventions from those of their competitors. In reality many of the dye samples from different manufacturers looked exactly the same, and it was only the exotic names, claims on colourfastness and improved visual quality that set them apart.
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In this example, the difference in colour between the thread and material may have become more evident over time. Satin bows and pleated bias-cut trimmings complement the ribbed silk of this dress perfectly, while delicate puffs of tulle inserted into the sleeves soften the impact of the dramatic colour. These details reveal the skill of eminent couturiers such as Madame Vignon, the maker of this gown, who was also patronised by the fashionable Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III.
Dress skirt and Looking for girl 1840 Designer unknown France Silk, hand-embroidered in black silk and cut-steel beads, trimmed with black taffeta, with a lace collar Museum no. Wide skirts were a focal feature of fashion during this period. By the fullness of the skirt had receded towards the back of the garment creating a flatter front. Women wore crinoline petticoats made of steel hoops under their dresses to give them this distinctive shape.
High buttoned necks with low-set sloping shoulders and puffed sleeves were also distinctive features of s dress. This dress is machine-embroidered, but hand sewn. The first machine for embroidery was invented in France. Examples were first brought to Britain in Looking for girl 1840 s. Various inventions of machines for sewing seams occurred in the s, but they did not become commercially available until the late s.
It was several decades before the sewing machine was widely used in homes and by professional dressmakers. The waist was lower in the s than the s, with an elongated and tight bodice and a flat fronted skirt. Low, square necklines were fashionable.
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Shirt collars were stiff and upstanding, with the tips turned down into wings. Looking for girl 1840 was often worn parted in the centre, and most forms of facial hair were acceptable, though being clean shaven was rare. Dress dress, peplum and belt Designer unknown About Great Britain Silk, trimmed with silk braid, lined with glazed cotton and buckram, faced with silk and ribbon Museum no. The silk has a figured pattern of black and white leaves on a speckled ground.
The dress is trimmed with silk braid. There is an overskirt over the back of the dress, accentuating the bustle that was now being worn underneath. Open sleeves of the kind seen here were very fashionable in the early s.
The fashion magazine 'The Queen' shows a dress with the same squared-edge sleeve in an issue for August A hemline just at the ankle indicates a garment intended for walking outdoors. The style of the dress has been inspired by the colours and stripes of sailors' uniforms.
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By the circumference of the skirt had reduced considerably from its proportions in the mids. Fullness remained at the back, where it was swathed over a bustle and tied with tapes on the inside to allow the skirt to drape in a becoming fashion. This ensemble illustrates the decorations, especially fringing and applied ruffles, that were popular at the time. The unfitted jacket and fairly loose-fitting skirt suggest that the ensemble might have been worn by an older woman.
Morning coat Designer unknown Great Britain Fine wool, with a velvet collar; edges bound with wool braid; buttons covered in sateen; partially lined with twilled silk, and sleeves lined with twilled cotton Museum no. The morning coat was originally a single-breasted tailcoat, worn in the early 19th century, and also known as the riding coat or 'Newmarket'. By the s it was shaped halfway between a riding coat and a frock coat. It was usually single-breasted and was known as the 'cutaway', as the fronts sloped away elegantly to the broad skirts behind.
This example is a variation of the morning coat. It was introduced in and was known as the 'University' or 'Angle-fronted' coat. The fronts were cut at an acute angle from the second button, exposing much of the waistcoat. The morning coat was worn during the daytime, as the name suggests.
It became so popular that it began to rival the frock coat for day and business wear. Manners for MenLooking for girl 1840 Mrs Humphry, stated: After lunch, when in town, the well-dressed man may continue to wear his morning coat or the regulation frock-coat, with trousers of some neat, striped grey mixture. Morning coats were usually made of dark Mature asian sex Gold coast-tweed, and the fabrics included worsteds, diagonals, hopsack, ribbed meltons and beavers.
The collars were often faced with velvet and the edges were bound, corded or stitched. This example has large wide sleeves, as was fashionable for the period.
It also has wide lapels and is buttoned very low on the chest. After coats tended to be buttoned much higher. The Gentleman's Magazine of Fashion justified this fashion for health reasons: Coat Designer unknown Ireland Cotton velveteen, lined with silk, wool twill and cotton, edged with wool braid Museum no.
As the frock coat became formal daywear in the s, a more informal style of coat, called the Looking for girl 1840 coat was introduced. It had skirts that were cut away in front. It is characterised by sharply angled cut-away fronts, short length and double-breasted style. The wide collar and lapels are gifl of the s, as is the loose sleeve.
This ensemble fof fashionable evening wear for women in the late s. The elbow-length sleeves and square neckline show that it was probably a dinner dress rather than ball gown. Tiers of machine-made gir adorn the skirt and bodice; an overskirt of satin swathes the front of the dress. Looking for girl 1840 bodice extends Looking for polish guy from Friendship Ohio a point below the waistline Looking for girl 1840 front and back.
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Textile manufacturers soon turned to his aniline process and the resulting fabrics were characterised by an unprecedented Lookong and intensity that delighted the consumer. During the late s the fashionable female silhouette changed. It moved away from the exaggerated padding provided by the bustle a device Lookung under the skirt to push grl out to sheath-like dresses that emphasised the natural shapely curves of the body. Princess dresses, like this one, suited this style particularly well.
The bodice and skirt were cut in one piece with no seam at the waist. This construction created a long narrow line and a smooth fit over the contours of the bust and hips, accentuated by the figure-hugging Looking for girl 1840 worn beneath. The fitted look was also achieved by cutting the bodice with five seams at the back and inserting front darts that curved in at the waist and then out again.
The bodice was often fastened at the centre front or, as in this example, with a concealed hook and eye closure on one side. Hitherto the train was found only on evening dress, but the high neckline and elbow-length sleeves indicate that this dress was for formal afternoon wear. The Ladies looking casual sex Ottawa Hull bears the label of the maker: Halling, Pearce and Stone.
Following the example Looking for girl 1840 by Charles Worth in Paris, dressmakers had begun to identify the clothes they made.
This can be seen in professionally made clothing from the late s onward. Golding unknown London Figured silk, trimmed with machine embroidery, net and machine-made lace Museum no.
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The back draped over a bustle, and on evening dresses extended into a train. Cloaks and mantles were still worn for Lookinh outdoors, but Looking for girl 1840 shape had slimmed down considerably after the s, so as to follow the contour of the dress underneath.
Those worn with evening dress were often trimmed with feathers, braid and beaded embroidery. Afternoon dress Designer unknown Great Britain Corded silk, trimmed with corded silk, lined with cotton, faced with silk, edged with brush braid, machine and hand sewn Museum no. Looking for girl 1840 overall effect is quite severe, with all the decoration based on the application of a darker blue girp.
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Dress Designer unknown Great Britain Aniline dyed silk, lined with cotton, trimmed fir satin and bobbin lace, reinforced with whalebone Given by Mr Leonard Shields Museum no. According to the donor, this dress was worn by his mother on her wedding day. It could have been her 'going away' ensemble, or it could have been the dress she wore for Looking for girl 1840 actual ceremony.
Because weddings in those days took place in the mornings, daywear with long sleeves and high necks was the acceptable style. At the beginning of the decade the emphasis was at the back of the skirt, featuring ruching, flouncing, and Looking for girl 1840 such as bows and thick, rich girrl and trims. The middle of the decade saw a brief revival of the bustle, which was so exaggerated that the derriere protruded horizontally from the small of the back.Horney Rohrersville Maryland Pirn
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Hats and caps were correspondingly small and neat, to fit on top of the hairstyle. For men, lounge suits were becoming increasingly popular. They were often quite slim, and jackets were worn open or partially undone to reveal the high buttoning waistcoat and watch-chain. Collars were stiff and Looking for girl 1840, with their tips turned over into wings.
Neckties were either the knotted 'four in hand', or versions of the bow-tie tied around the collar. Morhanger designed and made by Paris Figured silk, overlaid with chiffon, velvet ribbon, machine lace, with striped velvet Museum no. This dress features a high, upstanding collar, which is a distinctive and fashionable feature of s daywear.
The sleeves sit close to the line of the body, as opposed to the s when they were exaggerated into a 'leg of mutton' shape. The body itself is curvy, with an emphasised hourglass waist created by a rigid whalebone corset.
It is elaborately trimmed. Many high-end dressmakers of the late 19th century emulated the work of the House of Xenia-IL fuck my wife, which produced the Looking for girl 1840 luxurious gowns created from bold French silks, combined with ingenious design touches in embroidery, lace and chiffon.
Cara Rogers later became Lady Fairhaven - she was a 'Dollar Princess', one of several heiresses who came to Britain in the late 19th century, and married into the British aristocracy bringing much-needed glamour and financial capital. Lady Fairhaven kept Looking for girl 1840 spectacular outfits bought in Paris and New York for her sister and herself in the s and s. Evening dress skirt and bodice Charles Frederick Worth About Paris Silk satin, trimmed with pearl embroidery and machine-made lace, lined with white silk, the bodice supported with whalebone struts, machine and hand sewn Given by Mrs G.
This silk satin evening dress, designed by Charles Frederick Worth, represents the height of couture fashion in the early s. It was worn by Mrs Granville Alexander, a daughter of the U. The donor was her great-niece. The bodice is seamed and gored for a moulded fit. It extends into drapes at the hips and merges with the train, which falls in inverted pleats from the seams of the bodice.
The inside Looking for girl 1840 the skirt is hooped at the back, with tapes for adjustment, to create the bustle effect. The elegant cut, combined with the rich materials and embroidery, makes for Looking for girl 1840 flattering silhouette. Worth was a celebrated Parisian couture dressmaker. He was born in in Bourne, Lincolnshire, and Looking for girl 1840 working at the age of 12 in a draper's shop in London.
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Made-to-measure clothes from Worth, as from the other great Parisian fashion houses, were an important symbol of social and financial advancement. Wiggins retailer About New York Silk satin and velvet, with beaded decoration and cotton lining Museum no. This evening dress shows how fashion was changing in the late s. The bustle is no longer predominant and emphasis is focused on contrasting fabrics and decorative effects.
The closely fitting Looking for girl 1840 of dark green velvet is embellished with an iridescent beaded panel. Looking for girl 1840 separate skirt is made from shot cream silk, trimmed with iridescent bead motifs over which machine-made lace is asymmetrically draped. One side of the train is faced with a triangular panel of gold and white figured silk. According Looking for girl 1840 the Lady's Looking for girl 1840 of The grosgrain waistband is stamped in gold 'E.
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Mary Frances Andrews had married Walter Crane, the painter, illustrator, designer, writer and Looking for girl 1840, in She is shown here in a high-waisted, uncorseted dress that was derived from classical costume. It was of a kind promoted in artistic social circles as 'Rational Dress'. The photographer, Frederick Hollyer, was a leading specialist in the photographic reproduction of paintings, but he devoted one day a week to sitters from artistic and literary circles.
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With its minimal bustle Women camping Novato cocks strong emphasis on the sleeves, this day dress illustrates the smoother silhouette that began to appear in the late s. It is trimmed at the back with a made-up bow with long pendant ends. The dress fastens at the shoulder over a boned, green silk bodice lining. The sleeves are long with a high pleated shoulder. Collar and cuffs are faced with gold beaded tulle.
The skirt has a slightly draped front, with the back flared and arranged in deep pleats. It is mounted over a green silk petticoat, and boned and taped to a bustle shape at the back.
The skirt may have been altered and have lost a side panel. A machine-woven label 'Worth Paris' has been stitched to the waist tape. Charles Frederick Worth was a celebrated Parisian couture dressmaker. Summer dress Designer unknown About Bristol White Looking for girl 1840, trimmed with Bedfordshire Maltese lace, machine-stitched and hand-finished Museum no. This light summer dress would have been ideal for a hot climate.
It is said to have been made in in Clifton, a district of Bristol in the West of England, and worn in Burma.
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The horizontal bands of applied frills and ruching on the skirt are typical decoration for this period. The bodice is tight-fitting and designed to suggest a jacket. This is an example of a formal evening dress which would have been worn Looking for girl 1840 smart dinners, the theatre and other fashionable evening entertainments. It was important at this period to be properly dressed in public and private. A fashionable man needed clothes to suit all occasions, both work and leisure.
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Many young people, especially young women, migrated to towns and cities in search of work as the possibilities of agricultural employment. Those were hard defeats, but the mill girls refused to give up. In the s, they shifted to a different strategy: political action. They organized the Lowell Female. Women's History is more than just a celebration in the month of March. It's more than a handful of offerings on college campuses from the Women's Studies.
Since then evening dress has altered very little. Looking for girl 1840 stylistic changes were very subtle, affecting details such as the length and width of the lapels or the fullness of the trousers. Igrl jacket of this evening suit still has the 'button stand' around the outer edge of the lapels. This is a feature that disappeared in the s. Dress Designer unknown About Great Britain Satin, with machine-embroidered panels and silk Loooking, cuffs and front with a velvet warp-figured stripe Museum no.
This trained overdress is styled to suggest a man's coat of the Directoire period in France. In the aftermath of the French Revolution, the years to were a time when the country was run by an executive power - the five 'Directors' - that was Lolking turn overthrown by Napoleon Bonaparte. The Queen Looking for girl 1840 of August illustrated a very similar 'Directoire' reception dress, and in November of that year commented: The sides of the coat hang down plain and straight.
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It also flows in sweeping folds over the bustle, which 18440 the mids jutted out almost at right angles from behind.
Bustles were often a separate structure attached around the waist and included crinolettes made of steel half-hoops, down-filled pads and wire mesh structures. By the bustle was often incorporated into the back of the foundation skirt itself in the form of a small pad attached to the waistband and horizontal rows of steel which could be pulled into a curved shape.
This dress has a foundation skirt of grey denim that is cut straight in front and gathered and pleated at the back to follow the lines of the separate bustle worn underneath.
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For much of the nineteenth century fashionable women wore dark woollen tailored jackets inspired by men's coats. By the s their dress was Looking for girl 1840 similar that some observers noted that from a distance it was difficult to distinguish very young ladies from young gentlemen. This was no doubt helped by the fashion for wearing bowlers, top hats, cravats, waistcoats and trousers under skirts.
Many women's jackets were embellished with details borrowed from military uniform. Braiding was a popular form of decoration inspired by ornamentation on regimental dress as well as the flamboyant hussar designs. This elegant example is based on the regimental patrol jacket characterized by parallel rows of applied braid across Hot woman wants casual sex Cookshire-Eaton Quebec breast, looped at intervals into designs Looking for girl 1840 as 'crow's feet' because of their distinctive shape.
Here the rows are shortened, igrl fanciful whirls at the proper right edge and on the collar do not relate to military models. This imaginative combination of vertical and horizontal trimming emphasizes the length of the bodice rather than its width and ensures that the waist appears relatively small.
The tailoring firm Redfern and Co. They fro famous for their sporting Lookinv, smart tailor-made dresses and coats suited to everyday fashionable wear. During the mids Redfern incorporated braiding into many of their designs for walking outfits and outdoor jackets.
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She is shown in aesthetic dress. Aesthetic dress was popular in hirl s Looking for girl 1840 s, particularly within artistic and literary circles. They did, however, favour luxurious trimmings such as lace, as shown here. Court shoe Designer unknownEngland Silk velvet with silk ribbon, lined with satin and leather, with diamante buckle Museum no.
However, after a long absence heels began to make a comeback around the mid-century. Low-cut slip-on shoes or 'court' shoes were the most popular form of fr footwear during the 's and 's. The curved construction of the heels on this brown velvet pair was influenced by the heel shapes from the previous century. In the early part of the decade, women wore tight bodices with high collars and narrow sleeves, much as they had done in the previous decade.
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Again, in response to a severe economic depression and the high costs of living, in Januarythe Board of Directors of Lowell's textile mills absorbed an increase in the textile workers' rent to help in the crisis faced by the company boarding house keepers. As the economic calamity continued in Octoberthe Directors proposed an additional rent hike to be paid by the textile workers living in the company boarding houses.
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The "turn-out" persisted for weeks and eventually the Board of Directors of Lowell's textile mills rescinded the rent hike. Although the "turn-out" was a success, the weakness of the system was evident, and worsened further in the Panic of Looking for girl 1840 The sense of community that arose from working and living together contributed directly to the energy and growth of the first union of women workers, the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association.
Started by 12 operatives in Januaryits membership grew to within six months, and continued to expand rapidly.
The Association was run completely by the women themselves: They organized fairs, parties, and social gatherings. Unlike many middle-class women activists, the operatives found considerable support from working-class men who welcomed them into their reform organizations and advocated for their treatment as equals. One of its first actions was to send petitions signed by thousands of textile workers to the Massachusetts General Court demanding a ten-hour work day.
Looking for girl 1840 response, the Massachusetts Legislature established a committee chaired by William Schouler, Representative from Lowell, to investigate and hold public hearings, during which workers testified about conditions in the factories and the physical demands of their twelve-hour days. These were the first Looking for girl 1840 into labor conditions by a governmental body in the Grl States. The impact of working men [Democrats] and working women [non-voting] was very limited.
The next year Schouler was re-elected to the State Legislature. The Lowell female textile workers continued to petition the Massachusetts Legislature and legislative committee hearings became an annual Bode looking late. Although the initial push for a Looking for girl 1840 workday was unsuccessful, the LFLRA continued to grow, affiliating with the New England Workingmen's Association and publishing articles in that Looking in the Bardsea area Voice of Industrya pro-labor newspaper.
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After the war, the textile mills reopened, recruiting French Canadian men and women. Although large numbers of Irish and French Canadian immigrants moved to Lowell to work in the textile mills, Yankee women still dominated the workforce until the mids.
The Lowell girls' organizing efforts were notable not only for the "unfeminine" participation of women, but also for the political framework used to appeal to the public. Framing their Sex dating in Cooperstown for shorter Looklng days and better pay ofr a matter of rights and personal dignity, they sought to place themselves in the larger context of the American Revolution.
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