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1869 by Tadarida

Dresses are now supported by bustle and fullness in the skirt moves to the rear. They are heavily trimmed with frills, pleats and lace.

1874 by Tadarida

Middle Ages and Renaissance by Tadarida on DeviantArt

Early Medieval clothing:  Frankish women from the time of the Merovingian dynasty wore colourful tunics, fastened with two belts and a band of precious materials. They wore their hair in long pleats, covered with veils or caps.

Early Medieval clothing: Frankish women from the time of the Merovingian dynasty wore colourful tunics, fastened with two belts and a band of precious materials. They wore their hair in long pleats, covered with veils or caps.

1650 The wide, high-waisted look of previous period dissapears in favour of long, vertical line. Dresses have full, loose sleeves, low, broad necklines with dropped shoulders and pointed bodices. Hair is worn in curls, in a hurluberlu style. by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

1650 The wide, high-waisted look of previous period dissapears in favour of long, vertical line. Dresses have full, loose sleeves, low, broad necklines with dropped shoulders and pointed bodices. Hair is worn in curls, in a hurluberlu style. by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

1850 by Tadarida.deviantart.com on @deviantART - From the artist's comments: "Skirts are bell-shaped and their width increases. In 1856 steel cage crinoline is invented."

Skirts are bell-shaped and their width increases. In 1856 steel cage crinoline is invented.

1630 #2: Baroque era.  Woman's silhouette is soft and curvy w/ a high waistline. The sleeves are full and allow the lower arm to be seen. Cleavage mostly covered w/ detachable high, wide collar | Tadarida @DeviantArt

1630 #2: Baroque era. Woman's silhouette is soft and curvy w/ a high waistline. The sleeves are full and allow the lower arm to be seen. Cleavage mostly covered w/ detachable high, wide collar | Tadarida @DeviantArt

1917 by Tadarida

During war years, dresses become shorter and less extravagant. Waistline is softly defined and at its natural position.

Victorian Inspired by lady-of-crow on DeviantArt

This is one of 12 different fashion cards I created referring to the Victorian era (To see the others check below). I have basically divided each of the.

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