HELLO MY LOVELIES! Remember these pieces (1940s playsuit, Regency dressRegency stays) that I’d posted about once I completed them for myself? Unfortunately, I’ve grown out of many of my costumes (even the stays, which I completed only 7 months ago!) and it’s time for them to go. Now is your chance to have a piece that I’ve made, up to my accuracy standards! I believe I’ve priced them fairly, compared to similar items. And I know that with one of you, they will be in very good hands, which is important to me.

If you are interested, PLEASE look at my Etsy listings!

Playsuit HERE, Regency dress HERE, and Regency stays HERE!!! :)


Fashion plate, 1811

French school painting of a Girl with a Lyre, 1800s

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Silk dress (location unknown), 1795

Silk dress (location unknown), 1795

French day dress (yellow,red,green cotton plaid) at MFA Boston, 1800s

French day dress (yellow,red,green cotton plaid) at MFA Boston, 1800s

Jumper dress at Centraal Museum, 1810

Jumper dress at Centraal Museum, 1810


Seeing red-

Top: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by George Dawe, 1810s-20s

Bottom left: Girl with a Letter by Adriaan de Lelie, c. 1810s?

Bottom right: Elisabeth, Amalie, and Maximiliane of Bavaria by Stieler, 1814

Conversation dans un parc by Boilly, 1790s-1810s
Check out that mismatched ensemble!

Conversation dans un parc by Boilly, 1790s-1810s

Check out that mismatched ensemble!

Silk tartan gown (Scotland) at FIT Museum, 1812
(Shoutout to lmbenjamin for the bigger image!)

Silk tartan gown (Scotland) at FIT Museum, 1812

(Shoutout to lmbenjamin for the bigger image!)

Jumper dress in Costume Parisien, c. 1805
Queuing up a bunch of images for Rachel of mainly early Regency period, mainly day dresses in colors other than white. For the colorful side of the early 1800s!

Jumper dress in Costume Parisien, c. 1805

Queuing up a bunch of images for Rachel of mainly early Regency period, mainly day dresses in colors other than white. For the colorful side of the early 1800s!


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