Cul de Paris. Women`s fashion in 1880.

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

Cul de Paris, 1880.

Cul de Paris. Women`s fashion in Germany 1880.

Note:  Cul de Paris. Riding habit 1880.

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