Kant Parel - Sew Natural
Dominique fashions 1860 by Jehovah
Late 19th century baby bottle objectlessons.org
reform dress. I suspect this may be English, but not sure. It almost looks like a Punch caricature with the flounced skirt and narrow trousers.
The Bloomer Costume: taken originally from Turkish trousers and named after Amelia Bloomer who was the editor of the first newspaper for women called The Lily.
Occupation. Textile workers. Working women of the Civil War era, unusually short skirts.
Bloomer Costume: Amelia Jenks Bloomer was an American social reformer, part of women's suffrage and advocated a new style of dress for women referred to as bloomer costume.
1860s _ No corset and comfy bloomers
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