This corsage was made of striped wool in grayish-blue shades, with collar, cuffs and revers of velvet of the darkest tint in the stripes. The vest was of cream-colored Surah silk in the open front. The right front has a pointed overlapping piece fastened by four buttons, with a triangular opening at the top and a small space at the bottom in which the vest is displayed.Yardage - Approx 1 1/2 yd Stripe, 1 yd velvet, 1 yd Surah Silk 45 inch wideSingle sized pattern, 38 Bust - 23 Waist, will need to be rescaled for others sizes
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This overskirt design is seen in a Butterick Catalog in 1884. A very similar skirt was also found in an 1882 catalog, worn without a bustle. The desig...
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