This printable page features a 1902 article on Victorian fashion titled “The Dressmaker”, subtitled “The Bouffant Effect in Coats; Embroidery for Gowns, Etc.” The article speaks of the need for coats, jackets and outer garments in general to be looser than before due to the new contoured style of low-bust, straight-front corsets and the bouffant effect of shirt-waists and bodices at the front. The page includes an illustration of a bodice pattern piece and a Victorian lady reading a paper. Here are black and white clip art versions of the illustrations from the page. I scanned the original page from the March 1902 issue of The Delineator magazine.
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