Victorian Hoop Skirt
Every Victorian wearer of skeleton hoop skirts had experienced, more or less, inconvenience and danger from the hoops catching in everything that came in their way — entangling the feet in ascending stairs, the stops of an omnibus, etc. — and still continued to patronize them. Why? Because it was more troublesome to remove and replace the hoops of their muslin skirts for the purpose of washing. Learn how to wear a hoop skirt.
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