This overskirt is designed to be worn with an underskirt and bustle petticoat TV101. It can be worn for both the early 1870's, or the 1880's style bustle. The front apron is swaged in front with large pleats at the side seams. The back has large poufs which are held in place by tapes. It can be made either round or pointed in front, and round or square behind. (The back can be lengthened to train length if desired.) The closure is in the left side seam.
This skirt is fabulous for a ball gown. It will also make a very fashionable day dress.
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