1875 Parisian Trained Skirt- Victorian Early Bustle Era Skirt

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Description from Truly Victorian's website:  You will need to purchase a bustle pattern to wear underneath to get the silhouette pictured.

 

This skirt is drafted based on an actual garment as seen in a photograph taken in 1875, in Paris. The skirt base is the traditional 5 front gores and full back. The front has two swags, one high and one low on the skirt. The sides are trimmed with vertical ruches simulating a separate panel. The back can be made either bouffant or flat, with a very full train added. The closure is in the left side back seam. An optional pocket is in the right side seam.

The original dress was of a plaid silk, but anything will look nice. Best when worn with bustle TV101 or TV108. An extra trained petticoat may help to hold the dress to a better shape. This skirt is suitable for evening parties or weddings, or other fancy occasions.

 

Sizing and Yardage Information:

 

All the sizes are included, as given below.

45″/60″ wide fabric All Sizes
Skirt with poufs 9 yards
Skirt without poufs 8 1/2 yards

Yardages given are without nap. Additional trimming may require more yardage.

Notions: Hook and eye closures, 4 yards tie strings (may use ribbon, tape, etc.), 1 yard 1″ wide twill tape. Optional 1 yard netting for poufs.

 All the sizes are included, as given below.

  A-B C-D E-F G-H I-J K-L M-N
Waist 20″-22″ 24″-26″ 28″-30″ 32″-34″ 36″-38″ 40″-42″ 44″-46″
Hip 30″-32″ 34″-36″ 38″-40″ 42″-44″ 46″-48″ 50″-55″ 54″-56″
Length 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″
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