Day dress ca. 1861-63. Museum of London - Pattern in Janet Arnold's Patterns of Fashion

Day dress ca. 1861-63. Museum of London - Pattern in Janet Arnold's Patterns of Fashion

"London, Paddington Station, 1940." Sadly, for children to separated from their parents and guardians for their safety in parts of Western Europe during the war was not an uncommon occurrence.

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"London, Paddington Station, 1940." Sadly, for children to separated from their parents and guardians for their safety in parts of Western Europe during the war was not an uncommon occurrence.

Wool dress, England 1836 - 1838 The fitted bodice has a low, round neck and a slightly high waistline. The skirt is box-pleated more tightly at the centre back. The sleeves are set low, tightly pleated below the shoulder. They have been altered by having the fullness reduced and a frill attached at the elbow. The sleeve puffs are stiffened with calico and supported with tapes.

Wool dress, England 1836 - 1838 The fitted bodice has a low, round neck and a slightly high waistline. The skirt is box-pleated more tightly at the centre back. The sleeves are set low, tightly pleated below the shoulder. They have been altered by having the fullness reduced and a frill attached at the elbow. The sleeve puffs are stiffened with calico and supported with tapes.

1820-30: Cossack trousers were introduced to Britain in 1814 when Tsar Aleksandr I travelled to London from Russia for the peace celebrations that followed Napoleon Bonaparte's abdication in April of that year

Cossack trousers

1820-30: Cossack trousers were introduced to Britain in 1814 when Tsar Aleksandr I travelled to London from Russia for the peace celebrations that followed Napoleon Bonaparte's abdication in April of that year

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