The women wore long silky dresses and the men wore a big coat made out of wool and all sorts of things that are fluffy.The men only wore the coat in WINTER
In the Victorian times the clothing was generally made by seamstresses, traders, hatters, milliners, corsetiers, and glovers among other people. While the women sported for long dresses that mainly had two kinds of patterns; the Empire silhouettes which were rather fitting close to the bust and loose below and the Regency silhouettes that involved many layers of clothing underneath ones fancy clothes to give them a more crisp look or feel. The skirts and sleeves were mostly bloomed up and puffy and were sometimes even supported by hoops or crinolines.
The men on the other hand preferred to have simple clothing such as the trousers and long frock coats. Towards the latter half of the 19th century this changed to a more sober kind of dress sense comprising of plain sack suits. At the time, Charles Frederick Worth, was seen as being the' father of haute couture'.
Rich Victorian people wore very fancy clothes with some bright colours the men in other hand wore very casual clothes.
They wore long frilly fancy dresses with there hair tied up.
Women wore corsets to make them look slimmer
Women wore dresses and men wore suits.
They wore frock coats for men
Today victorians live wealthy.