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Ladies 1870s & 1880s Bustle Dress: Day, Tea or Evening

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Day / Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Blouses and Dresses
    This bustle dress can be worn from 1870s thru the 1880s.

    Although this dress, is a two piece, it's designed to be worn with the large bustle, or padded bird cage style, which we also make. See bustle or call on this item.

     The picture on the left shows it to be a bodice, separate from the skirt. It's pointed in front with a little ruffle look in back. Buttons down front. Long full 3/4 length sleeves that tie above elbow, yet can be made straight and wrist length if you like. There's lace/ ruffle around collar. Bodice has that sort of a jacket look, that they wore then. At waist there's a tie, that goes around and ties in back.

     The top shorter skirt will have material or lace ruffle on the end, along with the lower skirt. Suggest walking length.

     This dress can be made to fit a variety of images, from the everyday woman up through a wealthy upper class woman, depending on material and trim. Prices vary according to the materials chosen and the amount of work that goes into making each dress.

     We do have the have the slip with the train that goes with this dress, although we haven't had the time to add it, along with the large padded bustle, which is cotton shell with poly fill, instead of horse hair. Just inquire at azrahist@aol.com

    Materials: can range from cotton, drapery, and taffeta. See general information above. Call or e-mail Frances to discuss your needs and desires.

    Trim and Style (Use): The amount of trim varies with the intended use and social status of the owner. It can vary from no trim for a simple work/day dress to very fancy for a fancy tea or evening dress. The shopping cart offers five (6) levels for this dress: Plain Day Dress, Day Dress (simple trim), Day/Tea Dress (moderate trim), Tea Dress (fancy), Evening Dress (fancy or very fancy). We will add more pictures to show samples of the different levels as we can. For other variations or amounts of trim, please call or email us and talk about your needs/desires.

    Period: This dress can be made for the 1870s or 1880s period.

    Train: The train can be made as a Straight (Walking) Train, a Short Train or a Long Train.

Measurements needed:
  1. Height:  With shoes you will be using (Item 1 from measurement chart).
  2. Bust/Chest: Around the chest (Item 4 from measurement chart).
  3. Waist: Around the natural waist (Item 14 from measurement chart).
  4. Stop Sign: From center of base of neck to the middle of wrist. With the arm straight out and elbow bent with the forearm vertical, like stopping traffic. (Item 10B from measurement chart).
  5. Center Back Length: From base of the neck to the waist. (Item 13B from measurement chart).
  6. Waist to Floor: From the spot where your waist band goes, over the hips, then straight down to the floor. (Item 17 from measurement chart).

    Or even better fill out Measurement Chart.

Ladies 1870s & 1880s Day, Tea or Evening Bustle Dress

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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
Sample C
We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we have already made.
Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available.
That is why we don't list specific fabric choices.
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress of Silk Upholstery material, front view
Sample D
front view
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress of Silk Upholstery material, side view
Sample D
side view
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress of Silk Upholstery material, back view
Sample D
rear view
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress of Silk Upholstery material, Bertha
Sample D
Bertha
Sample D (left)
is made from
Silk
Upholstery Fabric
$1,025.00
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More coming soon. Victorian & Civil War dresses
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress, front view
Sample E
front view
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress, front view
Sample E
Bodice view
Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress, front view
Sample E
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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Ladies 1870s Day or Evening Bustle Dress
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    This REPRODUCTION Clothing item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1870s & 1880s Day, Tea or Evening Bustle Dress


Day / Evening Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Blouses and Dresses

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Ladies 1880s Polonaise & Walking Skirt: Day, Tea or Evening Dress

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1880s Day / Evening Polonaise and Walking Skirt, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Blouses and Dresses
    This is a very beautiful dress that can be worn by most.

    The top is a long bodice as you can tell. It can be lined or unlined depending upon material used. There is a tucked point on each side and a the long hanging section in back gathers due to the tucks on the side. The sleeves are 3/4 long sleeves with ruffles. The bodice / top around the neck can be filled with material for a high neck or cut out for an evening look or a blouse/dickie (under blouse/dickie sold separately) could be used to change it back and forth (open and covered). Buttons up the front. Ruffles, fringe or lace outline the bodice edge. The under skirt is rows (10 to 11) of ruffles, as shown. It is not boned.

    Suggestions: A quarter moon bustle is normally not required nor suggested. A very stiff slip to make the skirt stand out and/or a 2 bone hoop. Suggest in material, (bodice or skirt) one being print and the other one being solid.

    Material (cotton: print and solid okay), color, neck cut. The addition for a gathered under slip, or hoop.

    Price for this dress starts at $459.25 for brocade special occasion or light weight drapery material. It can also be made from silk or other more expensive custom fabrics for addition cost. The dress, shown at the above, is the prototype with heavy brocade drapery material, unlined, square neckline bodice (under blouse sold separately), with front button closure. The skirt is of a cotton lining with a woven fabric for the ruffles, hook closure and placket is in center back. Embellishments are of skirt ruffles, black fringe, black buttons, black ribbon bows, and an under-sleeve ruffle made of black lace and fabric. With the heavy drapery it sells for about $940.00 and weighs about 10 pounds.

    Note: The Polonaise is a coat-like dress, originally worn by Polish women and was extremely popular in the 1770s and 1780s in Western Europe and North America. It consisted of a fitted bodice with a full skirt, draped in front from the waist and caught up on either side at the back, so that it fell in three large loops. This fashion was derived from the Polish Milk-maids, who would tuck their skirts into the waistband or tie up their skirt tails, in order to keep the hems out of the mud and mire. This Polonaise style dress came back in fashion during the Victorian Era, giving it a more formal look, adding embellishments to the tunic bodice and walking skirt. Fabrics used were light weight linen, cottons, muslin, broadcloth or batiste.

Ladies 1880s Polonaise & Walking Skirt: Day, Tea or Evening Dress

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1880s Day / Evening Polonaise and Walking Skirt, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies dresses
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 We DO NOT make identical dresses. DO NOT ask for a dress "just like" one that we 
have already made. Something must be changed: color, trim, fabric design or dress
pattern. Also many of the fabrics shown are no longer available. That is why we don't
list specific fabric choices.

    This REPRODUCTION Clothing item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

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Purchase the pattern for the 1880s Polonaise and Walking Skirt

1880s Polonaise and Walking Skirt by Past Patterns. #904, 19th Century

1880s Polonaise and Walking Skirt
by Past Patterns #904

   1880s Polonaise and Walking Skirt. This delicate, doll-like ensemble is made of fine white batiste, Valenciennes lace and silk ribbon. An open square neck is an option worn in the afternoon or evening. The skirt is a gored underskirt of unbleached muslin with a white batiste ruffle overlay. The bustle is created at the hips by the drapery.

   This pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. All the sizes are in one package. Look at our National Standard size chart for your size. All sizes require 4 1/4 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric for the tunic and skirt ruffles.

    If this dress is made of a printed cotton consider using reproduction calico buttons.

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Ladies 1870s through 1890s Bustle Dress: Formal and Ball

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Princess Eugenia 1878 Ball Gown
Princess Eugenia Ball Gown
Ball Dress, 19th Century (1800s) Ladies Skirts, Bodice and Skirt
Ecru and Ivory Gown
    We can make Formal, Wedding, Reception and Ball bustle dresses for the 1870s, 1880s and 1890s periods. Call, Write or E-Mail with your interests and we will try to accommodate your needs.

    The dress pictured on the left is one that is already made up and ready to ship, it does not count as a "Custom Item". It is a "One of a Kind", as all of our dresses are. Click here for more information on this dress.

    Please Call, Write or E-Mail with your specifications for having a custom dress made. Prices vary depending upon the amount of work and materials used.


    This REPRODUCTION Clothing item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).


    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies 1880s Riding Habit / Outfit

Riding / Walking Jacket & Skirt - 1880's

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Ladies Riding Jacket, Style B
Ladies Riding Skirt, Style C
    Riding / Walking Jacket, Style BB-B: Great 1880's and turn of the century riding jacket, along with a great walking jacket for the 1890's, when the bustle was gone. Picture shows ribbon trim and buttons, which can be your choice, or can be trim in the same or other places with braid or lace. Stand up collar and buttons down the front. Sizes run from 6 thru 20.

    Split Riding Skirt, Style FL-231: Time period ranges from late 1880's to Turn of the Century. The length of the skirt goes from floor length, to mid calf, to just below knee cap. Looks like the picture. Sizes run from 8 to 18.

    Measurements: Fill out Measurement Chart.

    Material; Good in medium to heavy linen or cotton, corduroy, velvet or wool. E-Mail us with color/fabric design interests.

Ladies Riding Attire

Ladies Riding Jacket, Style B
Style B
Jacket
Ladies Riding Skirt, Style C
Style C
Skirt

    This REPRODUCTION Clothing item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

    Custom made item, please allow 5 - 6 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

Ladies Riding / Walking Jacket, Style BB-B

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Ladies Split Riding Skirt, Style FL-231

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Ladies 1880s Dresses: Camp, Work, Day, Tea, Evening And Formal

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    Not everything we have available is on our web site. We are adding items as time allows. In the future we will be adding more outfits. Some will be for periods that already have dresses up on the web site and others will be for periods not currently on the our site. We currently have done dresses not shown on our web site, some of these have been done from original pictures and/or drawings. We also have patterns for many more dresses and periods than we show.

    Call, Write or E-Mail with your interests and we will try to accommodate your needs.

    This REPRODUCTION Clothing item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required) and most do not show externally. Some items offer hand sewing on exposed stitching (such as buttonholes) for an additional cost.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not a costume that is made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: zippers, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).


Examples of possible 1880's dresses
that we have patterns for are below.
These patterns are also available for purchase.

1882-1888 Bustle Wedding Gown with Cathedral Train by Past Patterns. #303

1882-1888 Bustle Wedding Gown with Cathedral Train.
by Past Patterns #303

   The bodice fastens by lacing in the front which is drawn through eyelets. The bodice is boned and form fitting. The sleeves are 7/8 length. The neck and sleeves are trimmed with Brussels lace.

   The bustle is created with metal stays in three rows from below the center back waist to the knees. While the bustle is stylish it is not necessary to enhance the gown which is quite lovely without it or the cathedral train.

   The cathedral train is separate. It is trimmed on the inside outer edge with a row of dust ruffles called a balayeuse during 19th century.

   The original fabric was a cream silk faille.

   The pattern is multi-sized 10 through 16.

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$32.00 each
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circa 1883-1884 Three Piece Ensemble (Bodice, Skirt & Overskirt). By Past Patterns #905, #906, #907. 19th Century

Three Piece Ensemble,
Fashionable circa 1883-18844
Bodice #905, Skirt #906 & Overskirt #907
by Past Patterns.

   Past Patterns' Summer Three-Piece Dress is worn without a bustle. The October 1889 issue Godey's Ladies Magazine states: "The war between a small bustle and none at all still continues. Everyone cannot dispense with this little addition to their figures. Those who can dispense with it, however, are only to glad to do so, and, by making underskirts very full at the back, this can generally be done, even by not quite perfect figures."

   Acknowledgments: Special thanks to The Warren County Historical Society in Lebanon, Ohio and Ericka Mason at Conner Prairie Museum in Fishers, Indiana.

   Order this pattern in sizes 8-14 (bust 31-1/2 - 36-1/2), 16-20 (bust 38-42) and 22-26 (bust 44-48).

   Purchase 45 inch wide fabric in the following amounts:

   Three Piece Ensemble: #905, #906 and #907 in sizes 8 - 14 requires 8-3/4 Yds.; sizes 16 - 20 requires 9 Yds.; sizes 22 - 26 requires 9-3/4 Yds.

Separately:

   #905 Bodice sizes 8 - 14 requires 2 Yds.; sizes 16 - 20 requires 2-1/4 Yds. and sizes 22 - 26 requires 2-5/8 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

   #906 Skirt sizes 8 - 20 requires 3-3/4 Yds.; sizes 22 - 26 requires 4-1/4 Yds.

   #907 Over-Skirt sizes 8 - 26 requires 3 Yds.

Three Piece Ensemble,
Fashionable circa 1883-1884

Bodice #905, Skirt #906 and Overskirt #907
by Past Patterns
circa 1883-1884 Three Piece Ensemble (Bodice, Skirt & Overskirt). By Past Patterns #, 19th Century
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Late 1880-1892 Day Dress. By Past Patterns #903, 19th Century

Late 1880-1892 Day Dress
by Past Patterns. #903

   The full skirt is gathered into a flattering point at the waist front and back. Two pockets, one large in the back and another in the front for your watch make this a practical dress.

The original fabric is a cotton plaid, woven in a light blue, white and yellow. The original dress is the one with the puffy sleeves and shirt collar. We replaced the shirt collar with a short standing collar so popular in the practical clothing of the 1880s and removed the puff at the top of the sleeve to give you a style variation.

The pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. Sizes 10-14 require approximately 5-7/8 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric; sizes 16-20 require approximately 6-1/4Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

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$21.00 each
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1880s-1890s Riding Habit Ensemble
by Past Patterns. #900, 901 & 902


1880s-1890s Riding Habit Ensemble. By Past Patterns #900, 901 $ 902, 19th Century

1880s-1890s Riding Habit Bodice #902

   Riding Habit Bodice is the traditional form fitting, fully darted and high collared style worn with tailored skirts.

   The pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. All sizes require 1-1/2 Yds. of 60 inch wide fabric or 2 Yds. of 45 inch wide fabric.

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$17.00 each
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1880s-1890s Riding Habit Skirt #900

   The Riding Habit Skirt is the classic full riding skirt with darts at the knees and longer on the left side and front to hide the feet. When walking the extra length is draped around the right hip and fastened at the center back waist with a button and ribbon loop.

Multi-sized 10-20. All sizes require 3-1/4 Yds. of preferably 60" wide fabric to prevent piecing.

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$25.00 each
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1880s-1890s Riding Habit Trousers. By Past Patterns #900, 901 $ 902, 19th Century

1880s-1890s Riding Habit Trousers #901

   The Trowsers are worn instead of a petticoat. The trowsers are not worn without the skirt. The lady is pictured with the silk knit undervest she would have worn under the bodice.

The pattern is multi-sized 10 through 20. All sizes require 1-5/8 Yds. of 60 wide fabric.

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$17.00 each
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    Custom made item, please allow 4 - 8 weeks for delivery. Custom Clothing and Uniforms are not returnable. Starting price is for cotton material and style shown, other materials, modifications, additional trim or other changes will affect the price. Rush orders MAY be available for an additional price, call us about this. A rush order reduces the manufacturing time but DOES NOT include faster shipping, for faster shipping use the shipping option on the "View Cart" page.

   Our reproduction items are more than just looks-like, they are authentic replicas made as closely as possible to the original item. They are carefully manufactured using materials that match as closely as possible to the original items. We use patterns made from original items; patterns that are modified to be historical not only in look, but construction; or patterns that we have made from drawings, pictures or paintings. Many of our items have been purchased by museums (well known and not so well known) for display and/or for use by docents and historical interpreters.

    Clothing and Uniforms Most of our men's replica clothing and uniforms are made for us by the Quartermaster Shop, although some items are manufactured by us or elsewhere. The ladies and childrens attire is mostly made by us. Almost any style of clothing that was worn in the United States during the 19th Century (1800s) (starting from the 1820's on, including Victorian, Edwardian, American Civil War, Indian Wars. Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am)) is available.

    Other Items (accessories, accouterments, camp equipment, leathergoods, tents, tinware, etc.) are mostly purchased from other makers, although some are made by us. In many cases we have mutiple suppliers of items, to assure the we can always have them available.

    We currently offer Clothing and Military Uniforms from the 1830s through 1900; which includes the Federal Era, Jacksonian Era, Dickens, the (Victorian Era (Mexican War, Antebellum, American Civil War (Confederate / CS / CSA & Union / US / USA), Indian Wars, Old West and Spanish American War (Span-Am War)).


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    We are looking for additional seamstresses to make ladies and childrens clothing items for us as well as additional suppliers of ladies and childrens clothing items.

    If you are a maker of quality reproduction ladies and childrens clothing, or know of someone who is, and are interest in another outlet for your products,
click here for additional information.


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