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We Wore Hoopskirts For A Day • Ladylike

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Fashion of nobility, Rococo era (c.1780), hand-colored woodcut, published c.1880

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Lady in hoop skirt, Rococo era, hand-colored woodcut, published c.1880

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Victorian ladies fashions of the 1860s, Crinolines and Hoopskirts

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18th Century Fashion - Marquise

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