An ángel arcabucero (arquebusier angel) is an angel depicted with an arquebus (an early muzzle-loaded firearm) instead of the traditional sword, dressed in clothing inspired by that of Spanish aristocrats. The style arose in the Viceroyalty of Peru in the second half of 17th century and was especially prevalent in the Cuzco School.
"I was really shy as a kid. I felt really displaced at high school. I didn't know where I fit in. I started taking acting classes after school and it was like my super secret club away from my normal life. I auditioned for two roles and got the second one, a show about mermaids, which ended up being a full-time job for the next three and a half years of my life."
Awesome video showing the layers and pieces that went into the fashions of the second half of the 19th c. It shows a reproduction 1872 dress, but what's shown would roughly apply at any point in the crinoline & bustle eras.