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Cumming, Valerie, C. W. Cunnington, and P. E. Cunnington. "Crinolette." In The Dictionary of Fashion History, 59. Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2010. Accessed December 06, 2021. https://www.bloomsburyfashioncentral.com/products/berg-fashion-library/dictionary/the-dictionary-of-fashion-history/crinolette.
Cumming, V., Cunnington, C., & Cunnington, P. (2010). Crinolette. In The Dictionary of Fashion History (p. 59). Oxford: Berg Publishers. Retrieved December 06 2021, from https://www.bloomsburyfashioncentral.com/products/berg-fashion-library/dictionary/the-dictionary-of-fashion-history/crinolette
Period: 1868–ca. 1873.
A small form of cage crinoline hooped behind only; “of steel half hoops with horsehair or crinoline flounces forming a bustle”.