For colorists of all ages — 45 finely detailed illustrations of visually striking mid-Victorian era wardrobes. Officers in handsome military outfits, ladies in elegant daytime and evening dresses of rich taffeta, silk, percale and other fabrics, and children in apparel mirroring adult fashions.... read more
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For colorists of all ages — 45 finely detailed illustrations of visually striking mid-Victorian era wardrobes. Officers in handsome military outfits, ladies in elegant daytime and evening dresses of rich taffeta, silk, percale and other fabrics, and children in apparel mirroring adult fashions. Adapted from pages of vintage fashion publications. Captions.
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