Here you will find a few examples of gowns from the late bustle period.
There are so many variations that these gowns can be made in.
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Day Dress with Matching Hat
Worn in the movie Las Vegas New Mexico 1875
I had such a great time putting the wardrobe together for this film. I also created the red Polonaise shown in the middle on the left.
This wonderful ensemble can be made in any color of your choosing. I really love this bodice style which I would consider more of a jacket.
This bodice is designed after styles shown in many fashion magazines of 1884. The front of this bodice has a simulated vest portion. This vest can be of a different fabric and trimmed to effect. The front outline is pointed and the sides curve upward over the hip. The back and side-back have short "tails" that lay in loose box pleats to fit over any size bustle. The sleeve is in 2 pieces, and can be made either full, princess, or ¾-length. There is a double Military collar, which can also be made of separate fabric, to continue the vest effect.
Style LB 007
Royal Blue and Black Velveteen Day Dress
Style LB 008