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18th century dress

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The Enchanted Storybook

Hello everyone! My name is Jamie and I live in Texas. I'm a proud Hufflepuff and Thunderbird, and this is a blog for all the things I find magical, inspiring, and enchanting, with a little bit of fairy dust and maybe a kitten or two on the top :) Please feel free to send me any messages, I'm always...

Historical costume reproduction of the 18th, handmade. Made of velvet The dress includes: - decorated skirt - dress with the torso entirely lined with cotton and reinforced with rigid slats. -cotton panier and hard slats to hold the dress. - collar - handbag Size S-M IMPORTANT: At the time of purchase indicate the phone number. It is indispensable for the shipping company.

Historical costume reproduction of the 18th, handmade. Made of velvet The dress includes: - decorated skirt - dress with the torso entirely lined with cotton and reinforced with rigid slats. -cotton panier and hard slats to hold the dress. - collar - handbag Size S-M IMPORTANT: At the time of purchase indicate the phone number. It is indispensable for the shipping company.

Etsy
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18th Century Gown - Etsy

XVIIIth century gown made on demand with the colour you want ( subject to availability). The dress is a mix between a pre 1775 front with a stomacher and a post 1775 italian gown back. The costume includes a coton chemise, a short petticoat, a pair of stays, false rumps, a second and long petticoat made of coton, a third long petticoat made of silk, a stomacher made of silk as well and the main part of the dress made of silk too. The costume is made of Silk Dupion. Petticoats are to be tied…

Sandy Jo
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Pret-a-papier: The incredible period gowns recreated with paper, glue, paint - and not a stitch of fabric. An 18th century dress made by artist Isabelle de Borchagrave is part of an exhibition in which all the gowns are made entirely from paper

Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchagrave's collection of period costumes at Hillwood Estate in Washington, DC are cut, glued, braided, ruffled, crumpled and painted.

I don't know what movie this is from, but gosh this dress is amazing: "She's most becoming...I desire to know who she is."

I don't know what movie this is from, but gosh this dress is amazing: "She's most becoming...I desire to know who she is."

Weddingote: Draping and Testing ~ American Duchess

Now that Costume College has come and gone, it's time to focus seriously on my wedding gown, which is to be worn in two months time. I'm going to share my progress here (I've told Mr. C he's forbidden to read my blog, not like