19th century fashions of the Victorian era are highly romanticized in books and movies. Whether you need a Victorian costume such as a women’s civil war dress, bustle gown, Prairie dress, or farmhouse Victorian style (#CottageCore) clothing for your inspired wardrobe, we found some great affordable choices online. All styles representing Victorian 1800s fashion- 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s to 1900 are included.
More Victorian Clothing
- Dresses and Plus Size Dresses
- CottageCore– Blending Victorian, prairie, cottage, farm house styles
- Wedding gowns
- Blouses and Sweaters
- Coats and Jackets
- Shawls, Capelets, Capes, Muffs
- Underwear – Crinolines, Petticoats, Chemise
- Boots and Shoes
- Accessories – Gloves, handbags, hand fans, belts
- Hair Jewelry and Wigs
- Sewing Patterns
- Children’s Clothing
- Steampunk Ladies’ Clothing
1800s Victorian Women’s Fashion
- Victorian 1840s-1850s – Dickens Era Costuming Guide
- Victorian Civil War Era costume – Tips on creating the Civil War era look
- Victorian Bustle era – Tips on creating Bustle era styles
- Simple Victorian Daytime Costume DIY – Using just a skirt, blouse and belt
- Victorian Ballgown Costume DIY – How to quickly make a Victorian ballgown or evening outfit
- Victorian Carriage Parasol – DIY guide to making a Victorian small parasol.
- Victorian Boots – History of and where to buy authentic style Victorian boots
- Victorian Boots and Shoes for Kids – What children should wear
- Victorian Hats for Ladies – Popular styles through the decades
- Victorian Hat Decoration – Ideas to decorate late Victorian tea hats
- Victorian Tea Dresses – Late Victorian era white tea gowns
- Victorian Purses, Handbags, and shopping baskets
- Victorian Gloves – The most important ladies’ accessory
- Victorian Hand Fan– Another popular accessory
- Victorian Sewing Patterns – All women’s sewing patterns
- Victorian Makeup Guide and Beauty History – How Victorian ladies wore makeup
1800s Victorian Men’s Fashion Guides
For men, high waisted trousers paired with a dress shirt, vest, cravat tie, top hat and boots are your essentials. Adding a morning coat, gloves, spats and pocket watch will turn you into a fine gentleman. For Wild West and outlaw men, the essentials are the same but in more durable and colorful materials. Learn how to dress like a Victorian gentleman.
- Victorian Men’s Fashion – An overview of the Victorian era for men
- Victorian Men’s Fashion guide – All about creating the Victorian look with new or repro men’s clothing
- Victorian Men’s Shoes – Learn about Victorian style boots and shoes for men.
- Victorian Formal Wear – A guide to the history of Victorian men’s formal wear with recommendations on how to pull off the Victorian look with modern clothing.
Victorian Children’s Fashion
- Victorian Era Clothing – boys’ and girls’ clothing pictures from the 1850s, 1860s 1870s, 1880s, 1890s
- Victorian Kids’ Boots and Shoes – Where to buy Civil War and Victorian style boots and shoes
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