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Ladies Ulster Coat

How to Make a Lady’s Ulster

Plate 29 The history of the rise and progress of ladies’ tailoring has yet to be written, but we venture to anticipate the historian by asserting that the evergrowing popularity of tailor-made garments owes more to the cunning of the tailors’ fingers and to the influence of pressing and effective manipulation than to the cutter’s […]

ladies fashion 1898

Illustrations of British Costumes Autumn 1898

With the Autumn months well on their way, the tailors who cater for the ladies’ trade will be on the outlook for styles suitable for the coming winter; and as it is our special province to supply these, we have pleasure in calling attention to the novelties we have to offer this month. As will […]

Ladies Tailor 1898

Illustrations of British Costumes July 1898

The figure on the left is dressed in a neat costume, suitable either for town or seaside wear. The material represents a black or blue Twill Serge, designed in the most recent style. The jacket is cut on the same principle as an Eton, with a belt to keep it close to the waist at […]