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Although the bus­tle was no longer worn by fash­ion­able ladies, the skirt was still pleated and flounced at the back, as worn by fe­male mem­bers of the au­di­ence here, lis­ten­ing to mu­sic in a Lon­don park. Sleeves had loos­ened from the tight styles of the 1880s with more prom­i­nent shoul­der puffs, which would be­come one of the defin­ing fash­ions of the decade by the mid-1890s. The lounge suit, the most pop­u­lar day­wear for men, was also cut with a looser fit, par­al­lel­ing women’s dress.

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