Women’s underwear served two purposes in the 18th century. The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette. At various times in the 18th century this profile varied from round, to square and flat, to fan-shaped.
underside, Elizabethan ruff Per Noel: Between 150" and 180" (or more) of lace depending on the type of ruff, the width of the ruffle, and the neck measurement. But 150" to 180" is a good ballpark for a ruff of 3" wide or less on a 15" to 17" neckband.
Старинные платья и костюмы с выкройками. Часть 2
Know your Victorian looks by jamberry-song on deviantART
An Antique Mid Victorian Blue and Cream Jacquard- woven Silk and Ox Bone Handled Carriage (Folding) Parasol dating to the around 1850
Dress, U.K., 1860. Three pieces (skirt, daytime bodice, evening bodice). Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum
M7306 sewing pattern for corsets with cups, ruffled shorts, hoop skirts, and neck accessories.
Evening dress ca. 1865-68. Two-piece dress of Gros de Naples silk taffeta. V-neckline decorated with pleated silk organza, satin ribbon, & mechanical lace frill. Museo del Traje, Madrid, site & Facebook
Cage Crinoline came along with the revival of the hoop skirt. They were made out…