Typical women’s walking outfit from the end of the 19th century

The historical costume made in the studio Anna Moryto is a typical women’s walking outfit from the end of the 19th century. It consists of a bodice and a skirt. The bodice has a loose, light insertion on the front. The sleeves are seemingly two-part, the upper part is voluminous and the lower part is tight. The skirt is stiffened with muslin at the bottom to keep the shape flared. The dress is decorated with lace in a contrasting colour with the fabric. The outfit is complemented by a straw hat ornamented with flowers and a ribbon.

The underwear for this attire, i.e. a combination of shirt and drawers, corset and petticoat. The end of the 19th century was a period when underwear was particularly interesting and decorated like never before. The combination is made of delicate cotton with lace inserts. Drawers have flared legs, the bodice part is finished with lace. The ribbon emphasizes the charming character of this garment. The petticoat is made of patterned fabric, decorated with muslin and lace, making it a unique petticoat.