Hari's hands were suddenly still, the leather clinging to the last, while she tried to envisage herself wearing fine crinolines and rich jewels, it was like something out of a dream.
The woman is wearing crinolines, which expand to cover the whole of the lower part of the painting.
But in 1959 people weren't wearing love beads, they were wearing crinolines and locking their knees.
Lavinia (Miriam Healy-Louie), the most physically abused of all Shakespeare's women, wears soiled crinolines and in place of her hands, which have been lopped off by ravishers, has twigs for fingers and a red splotch where her tongue used to be.
And just as a word of caution, be careful dabbing when wearing crinolines.
She wore crinolines and was introduced to society in 1933.
Come off it, when the railways were being built and in their heyday women wore (at various times ) crinolines and hobble skirts.
The Skodas (Powder & Guns) harked back to the late eighteenth century, wearing Regency tights and crinolines.