Cul de Paris. Riding habit 1880.

Bustle. Cul de Paris. German fashion Turnüre costume. Clothing of the period of the 1870s. Corsage and corset.

Riding habit 1880.

Cul de Paris. Riding habit. German fashion  in 1880.

 

Note:  Cul de Paris. Women`s fashion in 1880.

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