Fashion Date:Circa 1872-1875
Hairstyle Description: This hairstyle is a "holdover." Most women wore their hair up after 1872. Her bangs are parted down the middle and curled. The top of her hair is curled and secured with a ribbon. The remainder of her hair is allowed to flow freely.
Costume Description: Her bodice style really leans a bit more toward 1875 with the style of the collar and more fitted sleeve. She is wearing the fashionable large cross of the time, as well as a large pocket watch, that doesn't quite fit into her watch pocket. The bodice still shows the short waisted look of the early bustle era though.
Identification Marks on Photo
Name of Sitter:None provided
Type of Photo: Tintype, Size of image, 1.875" W X 3.25" H
Studio: None provided
Studio Location: None provided
Date: None provided
Other information: None provided
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