Are you a home sewer who enjoys reproducing Victorian fashions? In that case you might find Voice of Fashion, available courtesy of the Internet Archive, to be a useful resource.
The Voice of Fashion was a quarterly publication that presented the latest fashions for women and girls—along patterns for scaling up drafting. It was produced by the same firm that produced "The Diamond Garment Cutter" (some editions of which are also available on the Internet Archive).
The instructions are a bit sparse by modern standards, so I wouldn't recommend this magazine for a beginner!
Two issues are available online. The first is from Fall 1897 (illustrated here by page 10, depicting a "ladies afternoon or evening toilet". And below, from Winter 1897, a "ladies visiting toilet".