Their clothes were often hand me downs from wealthy people, or their mothers clothes cut down, so often very threadbare.
sometimes... usually poor Victorian families would have ONE pair of shoes which the whole family would wear E.G. they would take it in turns. If they did have a pair of their own shoes they would most probably home made.
Darker colors, aprons, piniforms for school, stockings, pettiecoats.
Was often the poor relative of the rich family that employed her, this was not uncommon and gave the woman a roof over her head..also it was often the eldest daughter who had no marriage prospects.
He was famous for helping poor people in the Victorian times.
a frock, a pinafore and high heels
In the Victorian workhouse times the poor people had to wear a uniform so the outside knew they were poor and knew they were from the workhouse.
nothing. the babies were too poor.
some times nothing
girls and boys wear identical clothes
They wore clothes if they could afford it
top and trousers
dirty clothes that are ripped and torn