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Early American Doll Gowns

Early American doll gowns include such as those which may have been worn by Sacagawea, and
this lovely doll nightgown and pinafore/pantaloons can be used for just about any era - from prior to Early American times to the Modern Era.







Georgian Era Doll Gowns, circa 1780

Georgian Era doll gowns are featured after the girls portrait gowns of the era. The skirts are long, the bodice fitted,
the sleeves are 3/4 in length with ruffles or lace at the elbow, and a wide sash is often placed around the waist.
Gowns can be made historically accurate, or historically inspired (with some modern elements such as fabric or trim).





Regency Era Doll Gowns, circa 1795-1820

Regency Era doll gowns feature an empire waistline, long skirts that are less full, and short puffed or long sleeves.
Gowns can be made historically accurate, or historically inspired (with some modern elements such as fabric or trim).





Romantic Era Doll Gowns, circa 1830's

Romantic Era doll gowns feature mid-length full skirts, and short puffed or bell sleeves, or long leg-o-mutton sleeves.
Gowns can be made historically accurate, or historically inspired (with some modern elements such as fabric or trim).





20th Century Doll Gowns, circa 1900's

20th Century doll gowns cover a large section of historical styles. See additional notes below.
Gowns can be made historically accurate, or historically inspired (with some modern elements such as fabric or trim).

1914 Era Gown
1930's style gown with ruffled bodice in the clear bubblegum pink of that decade.


Modern twin dresses to match "big twin sisters" dresses.





Storybook Charatcter Doll Gowns

Laura and Mary Ingalls, from the Little House on the Prairie Series