Ch_13_Crinoline_Women

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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 Chapter 13: The Crinoline Period 1850 – 1869 Women Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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The style lines for women’s dress at the  beginning of the crinoline period were like  those of the late Romantic Period In 1850s both skirts and sleeves increase in width Tortora 2006
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The Crinoline Period:  1850s Fashion Plate, 1858 http://www.costumes.org/history/aquariangallery/LesModes1858A .jpg Fashion Plate, 1853 http://www.costumes.org/history/victorian/women/fashionplate s/acarter/august99/1853iris25.jpg
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Dresses were frequently two piece, had a full  gathered or pleated skirt, and a dropped  shoulder line. 1850s Tortora 2006
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Evening Wear, 1854 http://www.costumes.org/history/victorian/women/fashionplates/ac arter/1854petit3.jpg The Crinoline Period:  1850s p 98 Gibbs-Smith, 1960 1850
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Koyoto Costume Institute The Crinoline Period:  1850s Girl’s Dress 1845-1849. White cotton muslin with embroidery; skirt with three flounces. Day Dress c. 1855. White silk and wool mixed organdy with print; double- tiered skirt with border pattern; pagoda sleeves with fringe. Pg. 215 Left, Day Dress c. 1858 Navy silk taffeta with striped pattern of cut velvet. . Pg. 220
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Koyoto Costume Institute The Crinoline Period:  1850s Day Dress c. 1850. Green and white plaid silk taffeta; skirt with five flounces with scalloped edges. Pg. 214 Evening Dress Early 1850s Light blue silk taffeta brocade with woven rose pattern; silk satin and tulle decoration on bodice front; triple- tiered skirt with scalloped edge. Pg. 216 Day Dress c. 1855. Silver-gray silk taffeta brocade with woven pattern of silver lace and flowers; fringe at hem of bodice and double-layered pagoda sleeves; white lave at neck; double layered tiered skirt. . Pg. 217
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Left, Evening Dress c. 1855 Crème silk and wool mixed gauze with floral print; triple layered tiered skirt. . Pg. 218 Koyoto Costume Institute The Crinoline Period:  1850s Jean-Auguste- Dominique Ingres Madame Moitessier (detail), 1856 National Gallery, London. Pg. 219
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Alfred Stevens. Veuz-tu sortir avec moi, Fido? , 1859. Philedelphia Museum of Art. Pg. 224 Koyoto Costume Institute The Crinoline Period:  1850s Cashmere Shawl 1850s-1860s. Rectangular cashmere shawl, made by
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