The women in the four images below all sport rather large bustles.
The bustle on the bottom left appears to have reached its maximum size. Severa Around 1887, the bustle flattened considerably and formed a drooping set of deep folds down the back.
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The image on the right provides an excellent view of the short-waisted, curvaceous form of the 1880s. Severa A number of sleeve styles were worn in the 1880s.
Tight sleeves cut short on the forearm with cuffs or half-cuffs were popular. After 1887, looser, often puffed sleeves appear, and, in the last year or two of the 1880s, an applied shoulder cap was worn.
The form of the skirt again changed dramatically in the 1880s, with new arrangements of folds, drapes, and pleats, and a reappearance of the bustle.
Both skirts and bodices continued to receive a lot of trim and frill, and the styles remained quite exuberant.
Severa Jerseys became a popular bodice in the 1880s.
The jersey is a high-necked wool sweater worn tightly over the skirt to the hips with tight sleeves and short wrists.Performance of the Poznan Radiocarbon Laboratory (PRL) is possible due to a close collaboration with the AMS Laboratory (LAMS), housed at the same floor, and leaded by the same person.Therefore, communication between PRL and LAMS is fast and effective.This new style caused the skirt to hang straight from the hips.At this time, the overskirt was often pleated into a seam high on one side at the front and draped diagonally across the body to a low set of hip tucks on the sides.Organisation of Laboratory is an effect of cooperation of the Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, and Centre for Archaeological Research, Foundation of the A.