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A Year in Fashion: 1867

Victorian Crinoline / Bustle Era
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  FEBRUARY 1867

  Designer Charles F. Worth's New Style of Skirt

  Fashion Tidbits

  Fashions in Crinoline

 Ladies' Fashion Trends (read whole article)

  Dresses
  Bonnets

 Royals & Fashion: (read whole article)

  Empress of France
  Princess Dagnar of Russia's Marriage

  MARCH 1867

  Dental Care (article)

  Designer Charles F. Worth: Color Usage (article)

  Embroidery Pattern: Female Names: Ella

  Hair Care (article)

 Ladies' Fashion Trends (read whole article)

  Dresses
  Bonnets
  Adornments

  MAY 1867

  Embroidery Pattern: Female Names:
Emilie; Fanny (different than June's)

  JUNE 1867

  Embroidery Pattern: Female Names:
Catherine; Fanny (different than May's); Nelly

  JULY 1867

  Embroidery Pattern: Female Names: Elise; Rosalie

  AUGUST 1867

  Embroidery Pattern: Female Names: Clara; Henriette

  SEPTEMBER 1867

 Articles: Ladies' Fashion Trends

  Bonnets & Hats
  Bridal Dresses
  Day Dresses
  Jewelry: Necklaces

  OCTOBER 1867

 Article: Care of Wardrobe: How to wash lace, flannel, merino stockings, cleaning gold chains, and stain removal.

 Article: Children's Fashion Trends: Girls

 Articles: Ladies' Fashion Trends

  Bonnets
  Dresses
  Hairstyles
  Other Accessories

 Article: Recipes for Cosmetics and Skin Care: Cold cream, curling fluid, hand care, and sunburn cure.

  NOVEMBER 1867

 Article: Children's Fashion Trends

 Articles: Ladies' Fashion Trends

  Bonnets & Caps
  Dresses
  Hairstyles
  Jewelry: Watches
  Muffs

  Embroidery Patterns: Female Names: Anna; Elisabeth

  DECEMBER 1867

 Article: Fashionable European Ladies

 Article: Health Dept. Fashion's Effect on the Body

 Article: Ladies' Fashion Trends

 Article: New Walking Dress: Showing the Feet

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