As I mentioned in my last post, the one where I shared pictures of my new 1812 under garments, there aren’t a whole lot of extant examples of sleeveless undergarments from the Regency period, so I had to take the … Continue reading
Posted in 1800s, 1810s, 19th Century, Costume History, Museum Clothing Pieces, Regency Clothing, Undergarments
Tagged 1800s, 1810s, 1812, 19th Century, Chemise, Clothing, Historic Clothing, Petticoats, Regency, Underdress, Undergarments, Women's Clothing
Ok, I admit that it is not a very clever title, but it fits the subject matter perfectly! First, some details. This 1812 reproduction gown is constructed from 100% cotton curtains from Ikea. Yes, Ikea. You never know where you’re … Continue reading
Posted in 1810s, 19th Century, Costume Construction, Hand Sewn Elements, Patterning, Regency Clothing, Wearing Reproduction Clothing
Tagged 1810s, 1812, 19th Century, Clothing, Cotton, Historic Clothing, Patterns, Regency, Women's Clothing
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Between our performances during the day on Saturday and the evening ball that night we had down time during which we wanted to escape the public eye and do a little modern relaxing. Lucky for us, the upper floor of … Continue reading
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New month = new adventures! This one happened back in August (I did a lot of things that month, so you’ll be hearing about them for awhile) not too long after Newport Vintage Dance Week, the subject of the last… … Continue reading
I thought I would just quickly share with you this 1812 Tailcoat Pattern. You can find it in the pattern section of Wm. Booth, Draper. The pattern actually has a wider date range on it than strictly 1812: it is … Continue reading
Posted in 1800s, 1810s, 1820s, 19th Century, Costume Construction, Patterning, Tailoring, Victorian Clothing, Wearing Reproduction Clothing
Tagged 1800s, 1810s, 1812, 1820s, 19th Century, Clothing, Historic Clothing, Men's Clothing, Patterns, Tailored Clothing, Victorian