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Bustle | British | The Met

Bustle Date: ca. 1883 Culture: British Medium: cotton, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 32 in.

1883 Bustle | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Bustle Date: 1868–69 Culture: American Medium: Linen, cotton, metal Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Louise M. Coleman, 1949 Accession Number: 2009.300.6602

Bustle Made Of Linen, Cotton And Metal - American - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

This was made in the 1870s. It is a bustle, which was used as an undergarment in order to create back fullness.

Bustle Date: Culture: American Medium: [no medium available] Dimensions: Width at Bottom: 60 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Estate of Mary Le Boutillier, 1945 Accession Number:

7 Things Historical Women Wore Under Their Skirts | A brief history of undergarments | Mental Floss

7 Things Historical Women Wore Under Their Skirts

English Bustles, - Fashioning Fashion - LACMA From the exhibition "Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. On view from October 2010 - March (Image source Wikipedia)

Bustle  ca. 1883

Bustle ca. 1883

Woman's Cage Crinolette Petticoat England, 1872-1875 Cotton and wool twill with steel (M.2007.211.387) | LACMA Collections

Cage Crinolette The Los Angeles County Museum of ArtWoman's Cage Crinolette Petticoat England, Costumes; underwear (lower body) Cotton and wool twill with steel Center back length: 35 in. Diameter: 25 in.

Bustle Date: 1870s Culture: American Medium: cotton, whalebone Dimensions: Length at CB: 28 in. (71.1 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Clyde R. Keith, 1953 Accession Number: C.I.53.51.14

Bustle Date: Culture: American Medium: cotton, whalebone Dimensions: Length at CB: 28 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Clyde R.

Bustle Date: ca. 1887 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Cora Ginsburg, 1969 Accession Number: 2009.300.7699

Bustle Date: ca. 1887 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Cora Ginsburg, 1969 Accession Number:

Bustle undergarment ca.1880s, Much like the Crinoline cage from the previous period, the Bustle silhouette was made possible because of the cage that was worn under the dress.

Bustle undergarment Much like the Crinoline cage from the previous period, the Bustle silhouette was made possible because of the cage that was worn under the dress.

Bustle pad.  The bustle became common in the 1860s to create a more curvaceous figure.  Bustles were padded garments covered in fabrics including silk, cashmere, and cotton.

Bustle pad

Printed cotton bustle pad filled with down, England, ca. Printed cotton, filled with down and fastened with cotton tapes. Identifier Creation date Spatial keyword England Object Type bustle Local type Bustle pad Victoria and Albert Museum

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