I think the best way for you to see the kinds of clothing that were worn by men, women, boys and girls of all classes would be to watch the BBC adaptations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories starring Jeremy Brett. These are available on DVD and ought to be obtainable at your public library or any video rental stores. These adaptations are sometimes given reruns on PBS stations. The makers of these mostly one-hour-long films paid close attention to clothing, furnishings, horse-drawn vehicles, and other details. There are a great many women in these films, and they are wearing authentic costumes which cover them from chin to ankles. Holmes and Watson wear different kinds of clothes for different occasions. Both have extensive wardrobes. There are a lot of street urchins in some episodes, and they are dressed in hand-me-downs. Almost everybody, male and female, wore a hat or cap. Most men and women wore hightop boots because the streets were so filthy with mud and manure.