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Tricorne and Victorian dress by Eisfluegel Tricorne and Victorian dress by Eisfluegel
This is a Victorian dress consisting of a jacket and a skirt. There's supposed to also be an overskirt, but I have to change it. ;)
On top is a tricorne I created to go with the dress. Here's a close up of the tricorne and jacket: [link]

Sewing and photography done by me.

The dress is made of blue sation with a paisley pattern and black cotton. Theres also black elastic trim on the front and sleeves of the jacket. The buttons are metal coated with black cotton. Underneath is a crinoline made of cloth and cotton wool. Very comfortable to wear. ;)
The pattern is again from Burda.

The hat is made from the blue satin, trimmed with black satin ribbon and the black elastic trim from before. And I put a black ostrich feather on the side. Inside is a material similar to buckram and some wire.
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:iconjuma-san:
Juma-San Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013  Hobbyist
Darf ich dich fragen; wie stellst du die Hüte her?
Also diesen hier, aber auch (und eigentlich ganz besonders)
bei dem Russischen Kleid...
also ich meine wirklich; ganz genau wie stellst du sie her, denn,
wenn es dir nichts ausmacht mir das Geheimnis zu offenbaren möchte
ich es gerne auch versuchen *-*
Deine Werke gefallen mir sehr, sie inspirieren <3
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Student General Artist
Schau mal in deine Nachrichten.
Und vielen Dank für das Lob. :)
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VictorianRedRose Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Sooo pretty :D absolutely love it ^^
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ilithyahime Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012
Just beautiful! I love the paisley fabric you used (I'm not usually a big fan of paisley print, but the color you chose is really rich and not loud at all)!
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks so much. :) I usually don't like any patterns, but somehow if they are woven into the fabric I just can't resist.
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ProfessorBats Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2012
Beautiful set!
The only detail I might change is the hem of the skirt, a blind/hand stitched hem would be more accurate, but you can always cover it up with with pleats or other trim. I've done machine stitched hems too when I was in a hurry or too sick and tired of the project and wanting it just *done* LOL
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Aranov Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Helloooo gorgeous! I would wear this in a heartbeat. :heart:
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks so much. :D
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Alirare Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Amazing craftmanship!
Is it for a theatre play or a movie?
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Eisfluegel Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks a lot.
Actually it's just for me. I seem to love clothing I can only wear once a year. Originally I created it to wear to the WGT (biggest gothic festival in the world, if I'm correct).
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