Victorian Man and Woman
Victorian black lace
Victorian Cloaks, Fancy Bonnet and Hat
Prissy Victorian Lady in Pink Dress
Elaborate hats covered with any combination of fabric lace, feathers, flowers, ribbons and/or bows. Clothes for men were becoming plainer. In the earlier half of the century trousers instead of knee breeches except for sporting events were worn with tailcoats. Later the knee length, full-skirted frock coats were worn. Late in the century sack coats appeared and is the style worn until today. Various caps, bowlers, high silk hats and straw hats were worn depending on the occasion.
Pink Southern Bell Dress with Cameo Choker, Fancy Ruffled Umbrella, Ringlet Wig, Laced Gloves, Victorian Purse and Fancy Victorian Hat
Romantic Gentleman in riding boots
Victorian Bracelets, Belts, Broaches, Necklaces, Cameos and more
Victorian Earrings, Cameo Earrings
Victorian Style Blouses
Victorian High-waisted Long Skirts
Victorian Style Ladies’ Boots
Fancy Victorian Fans, Marabou, Peacock, Lace
Victorian Lace Umbrellas
Men’s Victorian Top Hats
Clothing in the 19th century was very detailed, ornate, flowery having lace, silks, satins, ruffles, feathers, gathers and bows. Tight-wasted, full-skirted dresses became popular during 1830’s.Women wore skirts, which they would raise in front to show pretty multicolored petticoats or hoop skirts and crinolines. In the second part of 19th century the style called for waists laced as tightly as possible. Bustle gowns appeared in the 1870’s. Later the shirtwaist – a type of a blouse worn with a separate skirt became fashionable in the gay 1890’s. in 1880’s business suites for the ladies were introduced.
Victorian Country Style Hat and Wig
Night Gowns, Night Shirts, Night Robes, Sleeping Caps, Etc.