Once the Robe a la Francaise finally was finished, I couldn’t wait to get it photographed. So I asked my sister to help me take some pic (on one of the windiest day no doubt).
I’m wearing the newly finished Robe Francaise, over matching petticoat, regular petticoat, Panniers, Stays, chemise, stockings, “Kensington” American Duchess shoes, a masquerade wig, pearl bracelet and a lace fan.
Inspiration Me and Madame Pompadour
Pictures by: Elin Evaldsdotter
A video of the dress in motion (viwes best without sound)
And a bonus one where I’m “Bounching” and busting a pin in the stomacher
While we where both styled to our teeth, we also took a few shots together, me and my sister.
Getting ourself ready
“I’v could have sworn it run in under here…”
Lets take a spin around the block…
Photos/filming: Elin Evaldsdotter
The day after I finished my dress I’d scheduled a photoshoot with my sister (and her 1860s ball gown).
Perfect timing 🙂
We took a while getting ready, working hard to get our hair to behave in a acceptable way. And I got to try my newly finished hair-pieces (more about that in an upcoming post).
For these photos I’m wearing my purple 1825s evening gown, Regency long stays, chemise, petticoat, white stockings, ballet flats, long white gloves, fan, pearl necklaces/wrist band and a flower wreath in my hair.
Photo: Elin Evaldsdotter
The week before the ball my sister came over to do the final fitting and to take some photos.
She is wearing her new green corset, orange cage crinoline, petticoat and 2 pieced gown. Accessorized with black gloves, black lace-fan, a black velvet bag, silver tiara and necklace. She is also wearing a chemise, stockings, bloomers and dancing shoes.
Photos: Elin Evaldsdotter
Video of the gown in motion (shaky mobile video – sorry)