Women's cream ribbon and lace dress. Rows of ribbon and lace sewn together horizontally to form long dress, darts at waistline. Lace and ribbon sewn vertical down front sides to the thigh where it turns horizontally. Center back closure with two hook and eyes on neckline, bodice has four buttons and skirt has four hook and eye closures.
Women's long petticoat with pleats at knee with horizontal pin-tucks between tow rows of bobbin/crocheted lace in a floral design. Another layer of cut-work underneath. Two snap and hook and eye closure at center back.
The Native American bustle is a traditional part of a man's regalia worn during a dance exhibition or wachipi (pow wow) and originates from the Plains region of the United States. In its modern form, the men's bustle is typically made of a string of eagle or hawk feathers attached to a backboard.