The Evolution of Women's Workwear - There are a few problems with this (like the obvious descriptions of what everyone is wearing), but over all the images are great and they provide an interesting look at the evolution of fashion in a specific type of setting.
Girl's ensemble c. 1865 Silk faille, cotton embroidery floss & mother-of-pearl - holy cow, what mother would ever put her child in this? Stunning, but not childproof, lol!
Child's dress, ca. 1870, England or America.
c. 1856; Pink taffeta child's dress covered with coarse stiff pink muslin, with short sleeves and low neck.
Romantic Period: this dress took place in the romantic period in the early 19th century. It is color a auburn brown matching natures surroundings and has a lower cut neckline and puffed up sleeves on the biceps/ low shoulders. Made of silk.
Silk evening dress, c. 1820 (detail) | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection, New York
Fripperies and Fobs : PhotoEvening dress, 1820’s
1820 Evening dress
Wow, do you think they'd let Phebe romp around in this? "Child's Dress Embroidered with a Plant Motif , Late 17th - Early 18th century ... Germany or Italy..."