Articles in Fashion
Victorian boudoir or bedroom slippers for the morning toilet were comfortable, easy to slip on, and notoriously ornately embroidered or appliquéd.
When Princess Amelia of England died in December 1810, popular British fashion publications featured several designs to be worn during the subsequent national period of mourning.
The extended wardrobe of the well-to-do Victorian gentleman included numerous garments and costumes designed for specific leisure activities.
Over 230 photographs of bonnets, capes, caps, shawls, bodices and crinolines as people actually wore them.