Amazing reproduction of 18th century stays by “a self-taught amateur seamstress sewing historical clothing as a hobby”, in this talented Finnish blogger's own words in her profile. Impressively thorough detail and neatness!
Fashion in details: Princess evening gown, in silk jacquard and machine made silk lace, France, 1878
Robe à l’anglaise ca. 1760From the Mint Museum
1748 I realize this isn't 19th Century, but I needed to repin this because it's…
Ball gown, French, 1868. Champagne-colored silk gros de tours with black machine Chantilly lace. Gemeentemuseum den Haag via Europeana Fashions
My recent commissions made me realize how difficult it can sometimes be to explain the different Victorian fashions. And that's totally understandable! I mean, all of England's most famous queens (...
Steampunk skirt by CultofCandy.com! Ug, I wish i'd had a cool dress like this for the Arcade Fire concert I went to:( There were a few people dressed like this. Everyone was jealous of them.(not that I like being envied:/)
How to make poufs for a bustle skirt. (Doesn't look that hard, though I think my obsession with bustles and steampunk isn't shared.... Not many places to wear it to.)
Bustle, Steampunk Bustle, Victorian Bustle, Side Bustle, Maroon Bustle | TrappedInTimeDesigns - Clothing on ArtFire