I’m clearing out some space-takers in my Costume Closet, available in my Etsy shop. Here’s what’s on offer today…
|1790s Gaulle. Drop-Front, made 2012 as a mock-up for another gown. Polyester taffeta, bodice lined in cotton muslin. Click Here for the listing. $75|
|1860s “Dickens Fair” Victorian day dress. Made 2005, and well-loved. Poly/cotton jacquard, lined in cotton, hook n’ eye closure with snaps and false buttons. Click Here for the listing. $95|
|Victorian capelet, made 2005. Polyester velvet, lined in polyester satin, trimmed with real up-cycled fur. Just the cape, the dress is separate. Click Here for the listing. $35|
I have one or two more things for later, too…
Sandra BrakeOctober 26, 2012 at 3:11 AM
I wish you were my size!
ZachOctober 26, 2012 at 10:57 PM
That 1860s dress is so darling! It's like a "Country Christmas" party with your family. Maybe you'll have an excuse to make one in silk, now…?
Lauren StowellOctober 29, 2012 at 12:32 AM
Thank you! Yes, I've got only one complete mid-Victorian in cotton, and another cotton on the boiler, but we all need a big plaid silk dress, right? Ooo, with a day bodice AND an evening bodice that can be switched, hehe, /inspired!
IlanaOctober 27, 2012 at 7:22 PM
You are just my size, but these sold before I had a chance to even see this blog post. Please sell more beautiful outfits!
Lauren StowellOctober 29, 2012 at 12:33 AM
They sold really fast, I'm so surprised! (and flattered).