A slightly flushed girl wearing a large white crinoline dress bedecked with small pale pink ribbons and a wide pale pink sash around her waist.
By 1849 the discreet euphemism ‘dress-improver’ was in use, and by 1853 bustles were being made with rolls of crinoline (a mixture of horsehair and linen).
The heroine is supposed to be a priestess of erotic love wrapped in late Victorian crinoline .
Royal couturier Norman Hartnell's crinoline and lace creations captured the imagination of the international press in the pre-war period and became the hallmark of the late Queen Mother's style.
Every surface was covered with satin, velvet, crinoline and net.
The skirt actually had a crinoline under it, and it rustled when I moved.
The Queen was dressed in a beautiful blue crinoline evening gown, with long white evening gloves.
Laughing Katie pulled out a bell shaped cage made of thin bendable wood while Krystal pulled out a slip of several layers of stiff crinoline .
Petticoat tails are Scottish shortbread biscuits, baked in a round, with a characteristic shape resembling that of an outspread bell-hoop crinoline petticoat.
The black tulle crinoline is classic mourning dress.