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cartoon making fun of crinolines on a train--notice the one gal has her foot hung up in the other's cage.

cartoon making fun of crinolines on a train--notice the one gal has her foot hung up in the other's cage.

la descente est elle plus simple ? (version dessinée)

les crinolines, humour, caricatures et réalité !

la descente est elle plus simple ? (version dessinée)

Humour puffed sleeves ladies fashion 19th century cartoon

This is a cartoon etching by the well-known Victorian social...

Humour puffed sleeves ladies fashion 19th century cartoon

Remember that this was the dawn of flight. Ballooning was chic added to it  the fashionable rage of extreme padding; you could easily correlate ballooning to the shape of a stylish ladies figure. and successfully ridicule each.  I love the guy at the window with his quizling glass c.1783-4

Remember that this was the dawn of flight. Ballooning was chic added to it the fashionable rage of extreme padding; you could easily correlate ballooning to the shape of a stylish ladies figure. and successfully ridicule each. I love the guy at the window with his quizling glass c.1783-4

Faro's Ladys. 18th century illustration satirizing Lady Buckinghamshire being slapped with a fine for running a gambling table.

Faro's Ladys. 18th century illustration satirizing Lady Buckinghamshire being slapped with a fine for running a gambling table.

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Bloomerism--An American Custom.

Bloomerism--An American Custom.

“New Omnibus Regulation.” Punch, 1858,

“New Omnibus Regulation.” Punch, 1858,

This satirical cartoon spoofs the length of some ladies’ trains during the early Regency (ca. 1797). So funny!

Regency Fashion Cartoon

This satirical cartoon spoofs the length of some ladies’ trains during the early Regency (ca. 1797). So funny!

"The Petticoat, at the Fieri Maschareta", published by Matthew Darly, London, 1775. The British Museum.   For more info: http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2012/04/whos-wearing-ducal-breeches-in-1775.html

"The Petticoat, at the Fieri Maschareta", published by Matthew Darly, London, 1775. The British Museum. For more info: http://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2012/04/whos-wearing-ducal-breeches-in-1775.html

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