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My version of a Victorian fashion timeline. It may not be correct but I think I got the basic dress shapes right. I also realize that the Victorian.

1804-05 French Evening Dress - V&A /this would make a beautiful wedding dress, without the sleeves

1804-05 French Evening Dress-front small

1810 Evening dress | V&A Search the Collections

Evening dress

Evening dress Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: c. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn

Breakdown of a Regency Gown and layers. This would've been helpful when I was studying costume construction!

Or, "How to Dress Elizabeth Bennet" the model, stalkings and pantalettes (these would often just be two pant legs tied together at the top), a . Layers of a Regency Dress (early

Regency Dress, Wrap Front Gown. Jane Austen. CUSTOM MADE to order

Jenna Coleman in Death Comes to Pemberley (wearing a regency-era dress that flatters a curvier figure!

Amazing polychrome embroidered cotton gauze skirt from the french Empire period, consisting in two never used panels . The border panels still have traces of the frame. The cotton gauze with an amazing transparency, has never been washed and is still rigide. Beautiful embroidery with silk thread and chain stitch, wavygarlands of polychrome creepers. The colors are still bright and in shade of light celadon to dark green, navy blue to sky blue, and light tan to dark brown.

I'm wearing beautifully crafted clothing like this. Amazing polychrome embroidered cotton gauze skirt from the french Empire period, consisting in two never used panels

How very Jane Austen, and I love it...shortened and it would be such a cute summer dress

I don't want to get married (epic understatement) - but if I did, this would be my ideal wedding gown! Reminds me of Jane Austen.

Great bodice detail on the "Just Breathe" dress from "Ever After." #wish I could sew this!

My Favorite Movie! I just love this dress: This gown is Regency inspired, with some century inspiration in the sleeve and neckline area. Drew Barrymore wears this dress in cream in the movie "Ever After"

2 Indian dress shawls hand sewn in to a Regency gown,  by Elena Potapova

Costumes: Edwardian – 2 Indian dress shawls hand sewn in to a Regency gown, by Elena Potapova

Beautiful, classic, love it!

Jane - Wedding Dress - Eco Friendly Long Regency Gown with Cap Sleeves and Empire Waist- for Gerwick period wedding!

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