Jemima did it in lace-up boots and a heavy crinoline
to breeches crinoline
The second tier is reconstruction so that volunteers can easily wear and wash the costumes.
Hoop-skirts, in which increasingly wide hoops were sewn into the crinoline
at intervals, causing the skirt to bell out, were ubiquitous in Thoreau's time.
It may have only been a fraction of the four overflowing storage rooms, but the range of 1,500 period outfits, which included chain-mail, corsets, crinolines
and frock coats, halved within an hour and a half of opening.
The way that the corset's reappearance exemplifies the repetition and recreation of certain motifs in a consistent history of using fashion to create sexual allure is reiterated in the impressive array of dresses on display, such as a recently acquired 19th-century crimson crinoline
whose 18-inch waist is one of the smallest in the FIT collection.
turned out products ranging from beds, including one for the Prince of Wales, to wire for crinoline
The shape of the costume was maintained by a muslin crinoline
After his wife Josephine endured several cuts and burns due to kitchen accidents in the early days of their marriage, Earle prepared a ready-made adhesive bandage by laying several cotton squares at intervals along an adhesive strip and covering them with crinoline
It may have a train, a bustle or a crinoline
Sometimes she uses domestic images to address a theme with global resonance, in "The Crinoline
Tree," Elfyn sees in the survival of a tree that "the men brought .
AS singer Andy Bell stripped song by song from a black crinoline
dress to leather pants, the packed crowd could have done with cooling off, too.
The old Sunnyside has been bulldozed over long ago, but to this day the smell of hamburger frying with onions will bring me back to those early Canadian experiences: the Exhibition on humid Toronto days and first kisses with girls in crinoline
skirts, saddle shoes, and ponytails.