Slide No.1
Tiered crinoline dress, pagoda sleeves,
and lots of trims. Skirt held out with hoops.

Slide No.2
Hoop and crinoline. Combination
underwear (bloomers and camisole) Jemima Boots.

Slide No.3
Crinoline dress, very large round
skirt. Zouave jacket, bonnet and muff.
Slide No.4
Man sack (ditto) suit, bow tie, and woman - princess gown.

Slide No.5
Frock coat and trousers, top hat, waxed
mustache. Middle - ditto sack suit, derby hat, turned
down starched collar, Carrick/Inverness Prince Albert beard.

Slide No.6
Bloomer dress, "harem pants" and tunic top.
Rational dress movement. Pelisse top, Empress Eugene hat.

Slide No.7 By 1860's fullness begins to move toward back in
an oval shaped skirt. Note use of trims, chignon (bun) hairstyle.

Slide No.8
Princess gown, chignon, and paisley shawl.

Slide No.9
Mourning dress with the death of Prince Albert and
all the Civil War widows this time period were obsessed
with the ritual of grief. Empress Eugenie hat, princess gown and shawl.

Prehistoric Mesopotamia Egypt Minoan Greek Roman Byzantine Medieval
Gothic Renaissance Elizabethan Early Baroque Late Baroque Rococo Revolution Empire
Romantic Late Victorian 1890's 1900's 1910's 1920's 1930's 1940's
1950's 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's Dr. Angell Help Home