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19th Century Women'sUndergarments

VictorianWomenBloomerlady.jpg 1851, Mrs Bloomer in the costume she wore as a response to the restrictive petticoatsof the 1840's-50's. TheBloomer Costume was originally designed by Elizabeth Smith Miller

VictorianWomenHoop154.jpg Hoopskirt of steel wire and webbing worn in Philadelphia in 1855.

VictorianWomenVisblehoop1850.gif Illustrationfrom Punch, 1857, showing the complete understructure of a fashionable woman'swardrobe.

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1871 bustle

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