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Waistcoats made for Alexandra, Princess of Wales, by J. Busvine & Co., London, 1890s. Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection. Via FIDM Museum Blog. FIDM Museum: "Though masculine in style, the hourglass shape of these dotted wool waistcoats could only have been achieved by a corset—probably a lightly-boned version designed for horseback riding... women typically wore sturdy, masculine-style clothing for the energetic sports of riding and hunting, though they always rode sidesaddle, in…

Waistcoats made for Alexandra, Princess of Wales, by J. Busvine & Co., London, 1890s. Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection. Via FIDM Museum Blog. FIDM Museum: "Though masculine in style, the hourglass shape of these dotted wool waistcoats could only have been achieved by a corset—probably a lightly-boned version designed for horseback riding... women typically wore sturdy, masculine-style clothing for the energetic sports of riding and hunting, though they always rode sidesaddle, in…

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