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Pictures of C19th Children's Fashions

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Children's Costume History

Pictures of C19th Girl's Fashions

These fashion plate costume pictures reflect the variety of clothes styles girls mostly wore in the nineteenth century.


C19th & C20th Children Fashions in Costume Plates

Child in dress 1824. 1862 Child in coat. Child in crinoline dress 1862. Child in crinoline dress 1862.
18241862 18621862
Child in crinoline coat and dress 1867. 1868 Girl in soft bustle dress 1869 Girl in soft bustle dress 1869 Girl in soft bustle dress
18671868 18691869
1869 Girl in soft bustle dress 1869 Girl in soft bustle dress 1870 Girl in dress. 1873 Child in latest fashion.
18691869 18701873
1873 Tablier front on dress of child. 1880 Straighter dress style for child. 1891 Leg o' Mutton dress style for child. 1902 Edwardian child in dress.
18731880 18911902

Children from Fashion Plates - These thumbnails enlarge slightly.  See some of the original Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine fashion plates here.  Buy costume plates from eBay seller Cabrio4


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