Day dresses, 1830s. From a dress with full ballooning sleeves to one with a much closer fitted style, fashions in sleeves changed dramatically during the 1830s.


Posted on Wednesday, November 21st at 08:46PM with 55 notes

tagged as: 1830s, 19th Century, XIX century, Biedermeier, romanticism, Romantic Era, romantic age, day dress, fashion, history, history of fashion, hat, bonnet,
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