Prices vary with fabric, trim and complexity of design
Elizabethan/Tudor overgown, with sleeve and bodice variations
Robe a L'Anglais, pet-en-l'air, or round gown appropriate for 1740s through 1800
Basic or bib-front empire waist gown, for day or evening wear.
Gowns for early war years or camp wear, bodice and skirt attached.
1880s Bustle Era Polonaise, gown and skirt attached
Simple shortgown for !740 through 1800
Colonial short jacket with variations in closures, hems and sleeves/cuffs.
Empire waist short jacket with collar/sleeve variations.
Basic bodice for plain daydress, front closing, round neckline, 3 sleeve variations.
Fancier bodice for "tea", round neckline, pagoda sleeves, trimmed peplum.
Evening or Ballgown bodice with "off the shoulder" wide neckline, back lacing, short sleeves. Price varies with trim and detail.
Short jacket modeled on zouave uniform, round neck, pagoda sleeves.
Fitted, lined bodice for wear with late Victorian bustle gowns.
Unfitted blouse with band collar, wide sleeves and narrow cuffs. Front button closure.
Yoked Victorian blouse with high collar, variations in trim, cuffs, and manner of closure.
Printed cotton blouse with band collar and front button yoke.
Basic petticoat gathered into a drawstring waistband, slits for pocket access.
Full skirt to fit over a hoop, gathered into a fitted waistband, pockets optional.
Basic underskirt with extra gathers and length to fit over a bustle.
Bustle overskirt in various styles, trims and lengths.
Plain front, 5 gored, fitted skirt with variations in hems, trains and flounces.
Long sleeved, square necked chemise, embroidery on yoke and cuffs optional.
Loose chemise with drawstring neckline, variations in neckline and sleeves, specify colonial or regency.
Off the shoulder, yoked chemise, variations in sleeve length and trim.
Yoke front, gathered back pantalets, variations in length, trim and details.
Late Victorian chemise/pantelet "combinations", variations in trim and design.
Fancy corset cover, price varied with detail and trim.
Plain to fancy "chemisette" to fill in the neckline of a gown. Appropriate for colonial, regency, or late victorian wear.
Plain petticoat gathered into a waistband, simple ruffle at lower hem.
Four tiered ruffled petticoat for wear over a hoop, or in place of multiple petticoats without a hoop.
Foundation petticoat with built in bustle tournure
Fitted petticoat with lower flounced hem for wear under late Victorian skirts.
Bustle pads, tournoures
A padded "bum roll" for wear under Elizabethan/Tudor gowns.
A small, stuffed pad for minimal shape under a bustle gown.
Short wire bustle frame, attached with ties and drawstring for wear under a bustle gown.
Straight-fronted "Paire of Bodies", front and/or back lacing, with wide set shoulder straps and hand eyelets.
Strapless, fully boned stays, front and/or back lacing, hand eyelets.
Simpler, partially boned stays with shoulder straps, front and/or back lacing, hand eyelets.
Full length or short regency corset, gusseted bust cups, back lacing, hand eyelets.
Front stud-and-loop closure corset, bust and hip gussets, minimally boned, metal eyelets.
Victorian "waist cincher" corset, straight or "sweetheart" top, shaped panels, metal eyelets.
Long corset with minimal shaping above the waist, fully fitted over the hip, for a late victoran shape.
Full corset with high "sweetheart" neckline, fitted hips for a basic more "modern" look.
Cotton or linen caps, plain or fancy, several designs available.
Separate pockets with slit openings on a drawstring to wear under a colonial gown.
Drawstring "reticule" for a lady's possesions, appropriate for Regency, Civil War, and Late Victorian use.
Full length cape or cloak with decorative trim and optional collar/shoulder capes.
Short cape, lined or unlined, optional trim and collar detail.
Regency long outer coat with sleeve, collar and trim options.