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The Well-Dressed Child: Children's Clothing 1820s-1950s

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This book presents a nostalgic look at baby and children's wear from the Victorian Era to the first half of the 20th century. It chronicles the changes in children's fashions over the decades and centuries, from the popularity of tartans and plaids in the 1880s, to Knickerbocker suits and box pleated tunics, introduced by the Victorians, to the ever popular and enduring ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published July 1st 1999 by Schiffer Publishing
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Alessandra
This book seems to have a bajillion color photos of precious little white baby dresses, its major focus. It also has a lot of baby bonnets. There are some good bits on infants' shoes and a few older boys' suits and girls' dresses, and nearly everything is color photographs of original garments, which is a good thing.

But mostly it's for fans of precious little white baby dresses.
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