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Colouring in Pictures of Early C19th Children's Fashions 1810 - 1820

By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com

 

Children's Costume History Regency 1810 - 1820

Colouring in Pictures of Early C19th Children Fashions

These costume colouring in pictures reflect the variety of clothes styles girls mostly wore.

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Colouring in Pictures of Early C19th Regency Children's Costume 1810 - 1820

Colouring in Pictures of Regency Children's Costume 1810 Colouring in Pictures of Regency Children's Costume 1815 Clothing for girls 1815
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The fashion for girls hardly changed, although sleeves showed more fullness as they were gathered into the shoulder and squarer necklines were used more.  Hair remained mostly short, but some children wore their hair in a top knot as longer hairstyle developed.

Notice how some of the dresses are getting fuller. Beneath their gowns the children wear pantalettes. 

Fashionable clothing for girls 1815 Young girls wearing fashionable clothing of 1815 Young girl wearing fashionable clothing of 1820
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I've studied costume drawings from a book I have dated 1930 and made my own simplified drawings (mainly of girls in costume) but using felt pens.  These produce a heavier outline suitable for children to colour in and keep within lines.

Children in Costume - These thumbnails enlarge when clicked and print off as an A4 image with a little room for handwriting. 

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This Children's Costume Drawing and Fashion Page Updated Sept 2006

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