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From the 1830s the older boy's jacket was like a man's dress coat minus its tails; in the 1860s boys wore a jacket with cutaway fronts which fastened only at the neck, exposing the waistcoat below. Girls' jackets were long from the 1830s to the 70s, either loose or fitted, and following adult fashions of the time.

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'The Fashions'. Morning dress, ball dress and dress for a fancy-dress ball, February 1863, by Bonnard, published by  Samuel Orchart Beeton, published in  The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, first published in  Le Moniteur de la Mode, after  Jules David - NPG D48001

'The Fashions'. Morning dress, ball dress and dress for a fancy-dress ball, February 1863

by Bonnard, published by Samuel Orchart Beeton, published in The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, first published in Le Moniteur de la Mode, after Jules David
hand-coloured etching and line engraving, published February 1863
NPG D48001

'The Fashions', May 1867. Visiting toilet, country toilet, costume for a little girl between six and seven years old and costume for a little boy between eight and nine years old, by Reville, published by  Samuel Orchart Beeton, published in  The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, first published in  Le Moniteur de la Mode, after  Jules David - NPG D48024

'The Fashions', May 1867. Visiting toilet, country toilet, costume for a little girl between six and seven years old and costume for a little boy between eight and nine years old

by Reville, published by Samuel Orchart Beeton, published in The Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine, first published in Le Moniteur de la Mode, after Jules David
hand-coloured etching, line and stipple engraving, published May 1867
NPG D48024