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Paris fashion as reported in British periodicals
- Paris Fashions for July 1860
- Paris Fashions for October 1860
- Paris Fashions for December 1860
- Paris Fashions for July 1864
- Paris Fashions for August 1864
- Paris Fashions for September 1864
- Paris Fashions for January 1865
- Paris Fashions for January 1869: The Empress and her Ladies
Examples of fashion from fashion journalism, cartoons, and illustration
- Girls' dress in the 1860s and '70s
- Men's dress in the 1860s among the Artists and Art Critics
- Clothing worn by male travelers in the mid-60s (note hats and trousers)
- Clothing worn by university students in the late-60s (note hats and trousers)
- Women's costume while competing at the 1864 National Archery Meeting at Alexandra Park
- Men’s costume — knickers, waistcoat, jacket, and hat — on the pier at a beach resort (1864)
- Dresses, parasols, and hats worn walking along the beach (1868)
What the working classes wore
- Clothing worn by manual laborers
- Clothing worn by navvies
- Multi-layered capes of cab drivers
- Hats worn by busmen
- Hats, breeches, and stockings worn by bus conductors
Satirical views of fashion
- Crinoline going out — of England [of the problem of traveling with crinolines]
- The Skeleton Petticoat [or the dangers of a fiery death]
- The Small Bonnet Question
- Which is front or back — the small hat again
- Economy in Little Things from the March 1873 Fun
- Fire-irony — danger to women of dresses
Bartram, Michael. The Pre-Raphaelite Canmera: Aspects of Victorian Photography. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1985.
John Ruskin and His Circle. Exhibition catalogue: London: Maas Gallery, June 1991. 24.
Nunn, Joan. Fashion in Costume, 1200-2000. 2nd edition. Chicago: New Amsterdam Books, 2000.
Ruskin, John. Works. "Library Edition." Eds. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn. 39 vols. London: George Allen: 1903-1912.
Last modified 27 March 2016