So cool and crisp, you will love wearing this sweet dress made up in one of our lovely prints! The dress has a gently fitted bodice with short puffed sleeves and a square neckline. Buttons close down the front. The long full 3-paneled skirt has pockets. Designed and made in America by Recollections. Cotton print. Hand or machine wash cold water gently. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. Alicia completes the outfit with a crinoline, boots, and earrings, and they are all priced separately.
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Q: Is this dress historically accurate for late 1880s American ladies wear?
A: Our clothing is not meant to be exact to any era, but rather resemble them. The 1880's is considered the bustle era. This could be worn and considered appropriate, and you could wear a bustle with this.
Q: Hello...Just wanting to see if this could be special made without the pockets?Thank you
A: Yes, of course, same price.
Q: could this be made with 3/4 length sleeves
A: Yes, we can lengthen the sleeve for a 15.00 fee, and the alteration makes the dress non-returnable.
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Most people find that our sizing runs generously. If you are undecided with which size to order, it is best to order the smaller size, or give us a call to assist you (1-800-452-5925). You may also email us at email@example.com with your measurements (bust and waist) and we can help you choose the nearest size.
An exception to the generous sizing is the type of ball gown that requires boning in the bodice and that supports a heavy skirt. Many times this style is also "off-the-shoulder" and requires a firm fit to stay up. These styles tend to not run as generously as most of our other garments because of this. But please, give us a call if you are uncertain.
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Measure the fullest part of your bust around and the smallest part of your waist.