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Linette Victorian Style Ensemble
$169.95
Liesel Victorian Ensemble
$289.95
Patience Victorian Bustle Top and Skirt
$149.95
Emily Polonaise Set
$389.95
Victorian Annamae Polonaise Set
$329.95
Marcella Victorian Polonaise and Skirt Dress
$229.95
Lavinia Victorian Ensemble
$179.95
Carlotta Victorian Ensemble
$289.95
Bethany Ensemble
$169.95
Abilene Old West Ensemble
$179.95
Eden Victorian Polonaise
$179.95
Cheyenne Old West Ensemble
$179.95
Meg Victorian Ensemble
$249.95
Eden Victorian Polonaise Ensemble
$339.95
Victorian Civil War Style Set
$299.95
Cotton Print Vest and Skirt
$139.95
Braid Trimmed Victorian Ensemble
$179.95
Victorian Bustier and Skirt
$219.95
Irenna Victorian Ensemble
$179.95
19th Century Styled Suit
$219.95
Mirabelle Victorian Style Print Ensemble
$189.95
Civil War Styled Ensemble
$249.95
Maybelle Victorian Ensemble
$235.95
Victorian Polonaise Set
$274.95
Edwardian Styled Outfit
$169.95
Kady Bell Civil War Gown
$299.95
Victorian Suit
$249.95
Pioneer Print Set
$179.95
Victorian Styled Ensemble
$329.95
Sarah Ann Victorian Blouse and Skirt
$219.95
Pioneer Ensemble
$149.95
Sylvia Victorian Top and Skirt
$179.95
Victorian Style Ensemble
$219.95
Victorian Old West Ensemble
$219.95
Victorian Styled Dress Set
$189.95
Maggie Victorian Skirt and Blouse
$99.95
Jenny Rose Romantic  Ensemble
$159.95
Lilly Edwardian Dress
$185.95
Anouk Victorian Ensemble
$139.95
Mimosa Victorian Ensemble
$329.95
Blossom Dress and Cape Ensemble
$159.95
Clarissa Victorian Ensemble
$269.95
Victorian Styled Print Top and Skirt
$219.95
Victorian Styled Top and Skirt
$229.95
Victorian Styled Jacket
$129.95
Bonbon Victorian Top and Ruffled Skirt
$239.95
Sylvia Victorian Overdress
$122.95
Gretchen Victorian Polonaise Ensemble
$239.95
Gina Gypsy Blouse-Cinched Vest-Split Skirt
$189.95

The fabric of the era helps us further understand the Victorian era. Calico, a printed cotton, is one of those fabrics. First making its way to Europe in the 1400s, calico was considered a luxury. Thanks to the Industrial Revolution, calico textile production came to the United States. During the beginning of its production in the early 1800s, it was still considered a costly luxury textile by many. As time progressed calico production increased, reducing the cost of the fabric. Frontier women were able to afford a blot of the cloth to make garments for their families. However, it still remained unattainable for rural women who were forced to make their own clothing from woolen fibers.

Whether in San Francisco, on the frontier or in Europe calico was favored for its practicality. Not only was cotton a cheap fabric, but it was breathable. Women could go about their day to day activities without central air and not overheat. These bright fabrics were a fashionable change from the simple goods available to the working class at the time.

Here at Recollections, we have designs perfect for the working frontier maiden and the high class society women. Our handsome polonaise ensembles are great for smart day wear. While our split skirt and blouse ensembles are excellent for a hard day's work on the frontier. All of our garments are made in the USA and available in sizes XS to XXXXL. We can't wait to make your next (or first) print ensemble!

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