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Polonaise 1873 (TV410)



Victioria, March 1870

This is a polonaise with a basque back, i.e. the back has an upper bodice section overlapping a lower section with poufs. The front buttons to the waist and then falls open into two points, with pleats at the sides. As an option, the buttons can be extended down the front to give a round apron effect. This style was very popular in the early 1870’s. The sleeve is a full length pleated bell. Two neckline options are given. This pattern is recommended for intermediate to advanced sewers.

All sizes included: Bust 75-125cm, Waist 55-105cm.

Petersons Magazine (March 1877). The lady on the left is wearing a Polonaise.