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18th Century Fashion

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Robe a la francaise 18th century costume reenactment | Etsy

This gown is sold out, it's only an example of our work. We can't make a copy of this robe a la francaise. We offer a luxurious, personalized service including design, consulting, choice of materials and dressing. We are perhaps the only studio, that offers completely handmade embroidery in all historical techniques. We use antique silk and metal threads. Our main designer is a professional fashion historian and provides original and historically accurate designs. On special request, we also…

18th Century Costume Archives: Red Silk 1760s Robe a l’Anglais « Life Takes Lemons

This gown, from the Victoria and Albert Museum, illustrates the necessity of ladies remaking their wardrobes due to the dear expense of fabric. The fabric used here, gros de tours, was a type of g…

Because sleeves can’t be too big :) Inspired by Art Nouveau fashion, adjusted to own design. Made of ivory lace, decoated with laces, trims and clasps, on the sleeve hems lots of pale beige nude vintage lace ^^

As my fashion show “Absentia” was this weekend, I can now finally post pictures of the dresses ^^ In order of appearance, first up dress Maeror. Inspired by Sea shells, Art Nouveau and late Victorian...

Forever Yours - Chapter 20 - Page 3 - Wattpad

~Hamilton, Phantom of The Opera, P!ATD, mostly musicals to be honest though ~If Harry Potter taught us anything, it's t...

Make your Georgian dress (18thc) like a pro! -

Last week I showed you the pictures, today we are looking under the skirt: I am going to explain how I created my dress: is it historical? Who am I supposed to be? If you dare to read until the end, you will be able to impress even the most blasé of your friends with...

Rococo Atelier: Making 18th century stays for a curvy plus size woman*: Green linen 1780s stays, drafted according to Patterns of Fashion volume 5

My friend Pia (@stepsbackintothepast on Instagram) was in need of a well fitting pair of 18th century stays so I started making her one in the summer of 2019. The new Patterns of Fashion book (volume 5) had just come out earlier in the year so I was eager to try out the drafting method introduced in the book to see if it would yield better results than my own. And I was not disappointed! There's one thing I'd like to mention though. The instructions are easy to use for someone with a lot of…

Historic costume reproduction of the 18th, handmade. Made of velvetThe dress includes:- decorated skirt- dressed with a torso entirely lined with cotton and reinforced with stiff slats.-cotton panier and stiff slats to hold the dress.- collarine- handbagSize S-MIMPORTANT: At the time of purchase, enter your phone number. It is essential for the shipping company.

Historic costume reproduction of the 18th, handmade. Made of velvetThe dress includes:- decorated skirt- dressed with a torso entirely lined with cotton and reinforced with stiff slats.-cotton panier and stiff slats to hold the dress.- collarine- handbagSize S-MIMPORTANT: At the time of purchase, enter your phone number. It is essential for the shipping company.

A Dedicated Follower of Fashion: 1770s Pink Sack Gown

I started this dress last October, I think, for an event, but decided it would be smarter, considering the weather forecast, to wear somethi...

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