Harpers Bazaar - Victorian Fashion Magazine

NOVEMBER 2, 1867



Victorian Fashions



HARPER'S BAZAR:  November 2, 1867


Victorian Boy's Clothing

Trowsers for Boy from 2 to 4 Years old.

For pattern see Supplement, No. VII., Figs. 34-37.

Victorian clothingTrowsers of dimity or cloth, made in a similar manner to the drawers for girls, but with several tucks in the bottom, for which allowance is made in Fig. 34. Both under strips as well as the waistband are cut double, length­wise of the stuff, from Figs. 35, 36, and 37. The illustration shows the manner in which the parts are joined together.


False Front for Boy from 8 to 10 Years old.

Victorian clothing

For pattern see Supplement, No. XXIII., Figs. 87-91. tuck and cut the front from Fig. 87; and cut the rest of the garment from Figs. 88, 90, and 91. Put the buttons on the right side and the button-holes in the left of the bosom, then stitch a false hem about an inch wide, on the left side, in order to conceal the buttons. Set on the waistband, to correspond with the numbers on the pattern; and put loops on each shoulder through which to pass the suspenders. Make the collar of double linen, stitch it round the edge, put it on a binding, and sew it to the front. Finish with button and button-hole. 


How To Cite This Article:

"Trowsers for Boy", November 2, 1867 [electronic edition]. Harper's Bazaar, Nineteenth Century Fashion Magazine, http://harpersbazaar.victorian-ebooks.com (2005).








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