Project Journal: Victorian Women’s Tailoring Part XI: Time to celebrate!

As a finishing touch to my Women’s Tailoring Project, I thought I’d share some silly pictures from my photo shoot with you! We received many strange looks and even had strangers whipping out their cameras to snap photos… I’m sure they were very confused about what was going on!

How many people fit behind a bustle???

Can a bustle hide behind a tree???

Waiting to cross the street...

Squeezing between cars (...I mean carriages...)

Let's all promenade!

Laughs are good, too!

Wait for me!

Strike a pose!

Don't forget to smile!

Trading hats and looking great.

Cut! I DID IT!!! Time to celebrate!

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About quinnmburgess

Quinn M. Burgess creates reproduction and costume historic clothing. Her inspiration has a strong foundation in history: historic dress, social history, and material history. With the addition of clothing construction knowledge, her passions converge in an imaginative world of creative history that she loves to share with others.
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