Although I've not been sewing these past few months, I DO have something to show to you! it's picture time! On my small but very wonderful summer break my favourite of all photographers has taken some picture of me in historical dresses. I think they turned out nicely and I hope you enjoy them a tiny bit, too! ;)
Here some pictures of the 1750s peasant women outfit. Tje Jacket is JP Ryan, though. ;)
|...and this goes here, and that there, and there's SO much chaos!|
Next is my black silk taffetta Francaise with stomacher, the 1750s Walpole Francaise
I've had some trouble putting the pinner cap on (and keeping it on my head...) due to the sea air blowing, so in the end I decided instead of struggling with it I'll just go totally wild and take it off. Golly!
|A ship! There!|
|I am so NOT good at Ballet dancing.... but watch the nice Watteau back!|
ALSO I have some lovely pictures of my Kyoto Anglaise en fourreau
I just LOVE that fabric! Also featuring: the hedgehog hairdo
|...and I will SO go into this green wall of reed and you can just watch my lovely en fourreau backside! ;)|
Just showing off my 1780s V&A stays but I DO like them and they are SO comfy!! Quite good take of the hedgehog hairdo, too. ;)
last but not least a few dainty Victorian pictures of my Laughing moon corset (the dore) and a simple victorian outfit (that I haven't made myself, I have to admit). Sorry, not hat. Forgot about that.
reminds me a bit of this picture by Manet "nana"
Well, that's toodlepip for now, keep sewing!