Superbly rendered illustrations, adapted from Godey's Lady's Book, a rare nineteenth-century fashion magazine, provide authentic views of evolving Victorian modes of apparel—from lace-edged necklines and elongated bodices to fitted bonnets and extravagant bustles. Thirty ready-to-col... read more
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