Regency Jane Austen Style Ball Gown Costume (2/2)
Styled after gowns from England's 18th-century Regency Period (the time of Jane Austen's writings), this two piece costume has a short-sleeved chemise undershirt made from rose pink poly cotton and a long, elegant satin overgown in matching rose pink. The chemise has puffed cap sleeves trimmed in a subtle lace, and it ties at the center front. The satin overgown sweeps down from the ribbon-trimmed empire waist into a long train at the back and buttons neatly up the back for a snug fit. SMALL: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 67"; shoulder: 15"; arm length: 13";chest: 35"; waist: 33"; MED: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 68"; shoulder: 16"; arm length: 14";chest: 39"; waist: 36"; LARGE:Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 69"; shoulder: 17"; arm length: 14"; chest: 42"; waist: 39"; XL / 1X: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 70"; shoulder: 18"; arm length: 14"; chest: 45"; waist: 42"; 2X: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 70.5"; shoulder: 19"; arm length: 14.5"; chest: 48"; waist: 45"; 3X: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 71"; shoulder: 20"; arm length: 15"; chest: 51"; waist: 48"; 4X: Gown length (shoulder to bottom hem): 72"; shoulder: 21"; arm length: 15"; chest: 54"; waist: 52"; For international buyers: 1" is equal to 2.54 cm.
Child Jane Austen Costume Small
Pride & Peppiness Jane Austen knew how to write a character. Everyone in her books was memorable. They all could turn a phrase to lift the reader or make the reader broil in anger for the sake of the heroine. She did all of this while keeping her characters (both the good and the cad) in the refined class that we all came to love. From hundreds of years ago, she can still transport us to places that no longer exist. All it takes is a turn of the page and we're walking into the halls of Mr. Darby while dressed in petticoats and white gloves. Turn to a different page and we're trapped on the moors with a twisted ankle while Mr. Willoughby swoops down and saves us from our struggle. Does your daughter delight in a time of restraint and etiquette? She can pen her own romances when she's dressed in this gorgeous Jane Austen costume! Design & Details This Made by Us costume has all the refined taste any Jane Austen would expect. The featured lightweight white dress has puffed sleeves and a beautifully ruffled collar. The empire waist is belted with a pink ribbon to make the skirt extra billowy when walking through the green fields of Northern England. A dark blue jacket with gorgeous puffed sleeves is layered over top for when it gets cloudy but your child still wants to keep writing...
Gujeswori Apparels Renaissance Costume - Celtic Chemise - Small/Medium
The chemise was worn under all Medieval ladies' clothing; it kept the outer clothing cleaner by absorbing perspiration. It was often slept in as well. Our well-made chemise has very long sleeves and ties at the shoulders. A very special Celtic look for your favorite gown. Poly/cotton blend, hand wash.
Dior: New Couture
The second volume of legendary photographer Patrick Demarchelier’s sublime portraits of iconic Dior haute couture looks, from Christian Dior to Raf Simons. From the moment Christian Dior unveiled his famed "New Look" collection in Paris on February 12, 1947, women’s fashion changed forever. Still one of the most revered names in fashion, Dior is known today for its unique couture dresses. This gorgeous volume continues the homage paid by famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier to one of the most important and influential fashion houses in the world. Working closely with the House of Dior, Demarchelier showcases the extraordinary gowns made in the Dior ateliers from 1947 to today. Alongside dresses designed by Dior himself, creations by the designers who succeeded him show the continuity of the house’s rich heritage up to the absolute modernity of Raf Simons’s designs. Sumptuously illustrated and beautifully designed, this book—a must for every fashion library—immortalizes the archetype of haute-couture glamour.
Halloween At Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Following his rejected proposal, Mr Darcy meets Elizabeth Bennet while walking on the heath one day in October. Their conversation is awkward and when they discuss Halloween, Darcy mocks Lizzy’s family for their simple enjoyment of a festival in which he has never indulged.She goads him into holding a Halloween celebration at Pemberley. He invites her family as well as Mr Bingley and Mr Wickham.The festivities at Pemberley last for two days and involve many traditional activities and even Darcy ends up enjoying the celebrations.On the last evening there is an intimate ball during which Darcy attempts to humiliate Mr Wickham.And even though his attempt backfires, why does it lead to him making revelations to Lizzy about Wickham and himself?And why does Mr Collins run from the Pemberley chapel when he is delivering his sermon to his wife?Find out in this affectionate variation on Jane Austen’s classic novel.
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