Victorian Hats: Bonnets, cover a straw or felt hat with lace, flowers, feathers, ribbons and bows. Domestic servants wore mop caps in the Victorian era.
Hair: Curls, pulled back in a bun, braids.
Dresses: Floor-length taffeta, satin, brocade, silk and similar style dresses are perfect for these costumes. Lace and ruffles at the neck and cuffs (you can pin, iron-on, sew or Velcro lace, ribbons, flowers or ruffles on any outfit.
Tops: Plain white or solid color ladies dress shirts with lace, ruffle, ribbon and flowers. You can tie a thin piece of ribbon in a bow and pin/tie it at the neck with a brooch or artificial flower.
Gloves: Lace, crocheted, satin and cotton.
Skirt: Floor or ankle-length skirts in silk, brocade, velvet, satin or cotton. Most colors and some subtle designs (such as paisley. If the skirt is full, you can add a petticoat or hoop skirt under it. Wide ribbon or matching material tied around the waist with a bow in the back creates the look of a cumberbund.
Shoes: If you have a floor-length gown, wear a comfortable walking shoe. If your shoes will show, pointy-toed flats or boots.