Ladies Skirts, Blouses, Bonnets, Aprons, Pinafores and More
Pioneer fashion for women on the prairie consisted of long dresses or skirts and for
the working mother on the farm, always an apron or pinafore. Women and girls never wore pants.
Schoolmarms were proper ladies and their wardrobes reflected modesty and purity.
|Ladies Pioneer Bonnet
|Available in any color
Ladies Pioneer/Prairie Bonnet
wide ruffle is authentic to the time period and adds grace to the style on the prairie.
Very similar to the one worn by Caroline Ingalls.
Larger bonnet allows
for ladies hairstyles and a more sophisticated look
One size fits all and is available
in any color calico tone.
Pinafores, or aprons with attached bib fronts, were worn by both girls and ladies.
Because wardrobes were modest and most did not have extensive clothes, aprons and
pinafores were worn to keep the dresses clean.
Our pinafore is a
one size fits all that ties in the back at the waist and at behind the neck.
|Ladies Prairie Apron with Pocket
|Available in unbleached muslin (cream) only
Ladies Apron with Pocket
apron is one size fits all and is the classic half apron of the time period.
in unbleached muslin (cream) only,
the apron has a pocket for valuables necessary
on the prairie.
|Ladies Deep Ruffle Skirt
|One Size Fits All
Ladies Deep Bottom Ruffle Skirt
very popular deep bottom ruffle skirt is great for any figure type.
The A-line fit
of the top of the skirt is flattering to any figure type. Fits 25" to 50" waist.
Top of skirt gathers with a self fabric drawstring tie that fastens in the back and tucks inside the skirt.
Bottom ruffle is a full 180" of fabric. 39" to 40" in length.
|Sash Belt in Black
|Available in Brown
Our simple sash belt is
a great accent.
Lays flat in front and ties in the back in an elegant bow.
Available in black and brown.