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This listing is for a natural palm grass hat decorated in a late victorian style. It is trimmed with deep red satin formed into knife pleats; small red roses; soft feathers and two fake birds. The hat is bound in matching satin binding.

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This listing is for a soft "poking" or poke bonnet inspired by those worn through the 19th century.

This style originated at the beginning of the century and inspired the standard shape of bonnet throughout the period.

Crafted from a basic straw boater this bonnet shows off regency elegance at its best. The small straw brim frames the face nicely while the back of the bonnet protects the hair from any unwanted gusts of winds or adverse weather.

This bonnet features a gorgeous gold interior using hand pleated organza and a gathered cotton "bag" at the back, which can hold even the most elaborate bun.

The brim is finished with hand stitched satin binding, and ribbon rosettes. The bonnets ties under the chin with matching satin ribbon. This bonnet would finish off any regency outfit perfectly.

The pictures shown are for illustrations purposes so the bonnet you order with be designed and made to perfectly fit your needs. All fabric and colour choices can be considered.

Please contact me before purchase to discuss your options! :D

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Inspired by some of the sombre and austere fashions of the Victorian Era, this bonnet is bound to add a touch of elegance to any outfit.

The bonnet pictured would have perhaps been used mostly during periods of mourning.

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According to "The Workwoman's Guide by A Lady"

"It shows best taste to make mourning as plain and as little fanciful as possible."

Mourning during this period could last anywhere from 3 weeks to a distant relative to 2 years for a spouse. Some widows, such as Queen Victoria, never left their formal mourning period and wore black for the rest of their lives.

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This bonnet features a black lace interior; hand stitched black binding and lace detail around the crown. Large enough to contain lots of hair, or a large updo, this bonnet is perfect for your winter garb.

The bonnet is made used felted or worsted wool, shaped round a straw brim (fully covered) a delicate lace band is hand stitched round the base of the brim and the bonnet ties under your chin with satin ribbon.

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Although the bonnet pictured is best used for mourning dress, this bonnet can be customised and made in any colour or trim required.

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This listing is for a wide brim straw hat inspired by early 19th century Regency fashions.

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In the early part of the century country style straw hats became very popular, usually lightly trimmed and tied with ribbons or scarf below the chin.

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This hat is made from 100% straw and finished with high quality satin. The brim itself measures 3 inches ( 7.5cm) deep.

This hat is trimmed in a deep purple satin painstakingly hand pleated. Matching ribbon flowers adorn the sides. The hat is finished in matching satin binding.

A wide satin ribbon is used to tie under the chin. The ends of the ribbons are left long, with the option of creating a larger "floppier" bow.

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Perfect for LARPing, historical re-enacting or just enjoying a summer picnic this hat is sure to impress.
It can be worn over loose hair of with a high bun or up-do.

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This hat is completely customisable; the pictures shown are for illustrations purposes so the hat you order with be designed and made to perfectly fit your needs. With a detailed discussion of colours, fabrics and finishes I aim to create something you will treasure for years to come.

Please contact me before purchase to discuss your options! :D

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Inspired by the soft day bonnets designed for everyday use throughout the 19th Century this bonnet will add a touch of elegance to your everyday garb.

The bonnet is made entirely of soft white cotton, with a wide brim at the front and decorated with knife pleat detail at the back.

The gathered "bag" at the back is designed to cover the elaborate hairstyle which were extremely fashionable from the 1820's onwards which often included plaits, buns, twists and curls all held together with brooches and slides .

The pleating detail at the back gives modest cover and protection to the neck while the front brim shields most of the face from sun, which was especially useful for country dwellers faced with working out in the sun for hours on end.

Soft day bonnets such as this were common throughout the early and mid-19th century forboth city and country dwellers and was considered "de rigueur" for morning household and day wear.

The bonnet ties under the chin using soft cotton straps.

This style of cap closely resembled the style of nightcaps worn throughout the period but were often more detailed and embellished. This example is a very simple design but can be customised to meet your specifications.

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Are you feeling the cold? Want to be prepared for the snow in style? Well this is the listing for you!

Based on 19th century Russian fashions, and inspired by the literary classics such as Anna Karenina and Dr Zhivargo, these faux fur hats are sure to impress.

The hats are made using soft suede or velvet with a faux fur trim. Fully lined in soft black satin and weather tested in the beautiful Scottish countryside (we're famous for our rain!) these hats are sure to keep your head toasty and your mind active throughout the bleakest of winters.

The hats measure 24 inches round while the fur trim measures 3 inches deep.
***The hats are available in different sizes if required. Just convo me with your measurements!***

Perfect to treat yourself or as a gift for that special but hard to buy for friend or family member.

I use a variety of faux furs so colours and patterns may differ from those pictured. Don't hesitate to contact me in you have a particular colour scheme in mind!

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Is the cold getting you down this winter? Looking for something warm yet stylish to keep your hands cosy? Well this listing may be for you!

Part of my Victorian Winter collection and inspired by the accessories used by fashionable ladies throughout Georgian and Victorian winters, this fur lined hand muff is bound to impress.

Weather tested in the beautiful Scottish countryside (we're famous for our rain!) this muff is sure to keep your hands toasty and your fingers active throughout the bleakest of winters.

The hand muff is designed to fit both large and small, with lots of lovely fluffy (faux) fur inside.
It measures 15 inches wide and 14 ½ round the hands.

***If you think you need it bigger or smaller don't be afraid to ask!***

The muff is made from gorgeously soft faux suede and lined with faux fur. It features gorgeous hand beaded detail in an authentic paisley design.

Perfect to treat yourself or as a Christmas present for the special person in your life.

***I can also offer this in different colours and types of faux fur. Would you prefer it in white or black? Just email me and we can discuss your options!***

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Are you feeling the cold? Want to be prepared for the snow in style? Well this is the listing for you!

Based on 19th century Russian fashions, and inspired by the literary classics such as Anna Karenina and Dr Zhivago, these faux fur hats are sure to impress.

The hats are made using gorgeously soft faux fur and brown moleskin. Fully lined in soft black satin and weather tested in the beautiful Scottish countryside (we're famous for our rain!) these hats are sure to keep your head toasty and your mind active throughout the bleakest of winters. This hat is not only stylish and warm but oh so soft and comfy!

The hats measure 26 inches round while the fur trim measures 5 inches deep.

Perfect to treat yourself or as a gift for that special but hard to buy for friend or family member.
I use a variety of faux furs so colours and patterns may differ from those pictured. Don't hesitate to contact me in you have a particular colour scheme in mind!

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Do you have a love of Vladimir Lenin? Were you enchanted by the gorgeous costumes in Joe Wright's Anna Karenina? Or do you just have a soft spot for all things Russian? Well this is the listing for you!

Inspired by years of hearing about the Russian revolutions from my historian dad, and encouraged to read everything I could get my hands on by my mum I offer you this beautiful faux fur Ushenka hat.

Weather tested in the beautiful Scottish countryside (we're famous for our rain!) this hat is sure to keep your head toasty and your mind active throughout the bleakest of winters.

Worn by both Imperialist Russian Royalty and the leaders of the October revolution alike, now it's your turn to show off your liking for all things Russian.

The hat is made to fit most men and if you're like me and have a large head, some women.
It measures roughly 5 inches deep and 26 inches round.

Made with gorgeously soft faux fur and brown moleskin, complete with black satin lining, this hat is not only stylish and warm but oh so soft and comfy!

The side flaps tie neatly at the top as shown in the photos and can be undone and worn down over the ears in the coldest weather.

Perfect to treat yourself or as a Christmas present for that hard to buy for guy in your life!

I use a variety of faux furs so colours and patterns may differ from those pictured. Don't hesitate to contact me in you have a particular colour scheme in mind!

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Looking for the perfect accessory to complete your Georgian or Victorian outfit? Wanting to show off with a bit of luxury? Well this may be the item for you!


Inspired by the wonderful accessories used by both 18th Century court belles and fashionable ladies about town of the Georgian and Victorian eras.

Whether you are looking for a touch of class for your afternoon tea gown or to show off your femininity with your new evening gown this reticule has it all.

The purse measures just 7 ½ "x 6" and features a beautiful handmade tassel at the bottom.
It is made using decedent black broderie anglaise, fully lined in purple satin with satin ribbon drawstring ties.

The true beauty of this piece is its simplicity. Delicate and feminine, it is sure to turn heads when used out and about.

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Looking for the perfect accessory to complete your Georgian or Victorian outfit? Wanting to show off with a bit of luxury? Well this may be the item  for you!


Inspired by the wonderful accessories used by both 18th Century court belles and fashionable ladies about town of the Georgian and Victorian eras.

Whether you are looking for a touch of class for your afternoon tea gown or to show off your femininity with your new evening gown this reticule has it all.

The purse measures just 7 ½ "x 6" and features a beautiful handmade tassel at the bottom.

It is made using gorgeous light blue broderie anglaise, fully lined in white cotton with satin ribbon drawstring ties.

The true beauty of this piece is its simplicity. Delicate and feminine, it is sure to turn heads when used out and about.

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Looking for the perfect accessory to complete your Georgian or Victorian outfit? Wanting to show off with a bit of luxury? Well this may be the listing for you!

Part of my new Regency Spring Collection and inspired by the wonderful accessories used by both 18th Century court belles and fashionable ladies about town of the Georgian and Victorian eras.

Whether you are looking for a touch of class for your afternoon tea gown or to show off your wealth with your new evening gown this reticule has it all.

The purse measures just 7 ½ "x 6" and features a beautiful handmade tassel at the bottom.
It is made using gorgeous deep purple dupion silk, fully lined in black cotton with satin ribbon drawstring ties.

The Pièce de résistance is the sumptuous hand beaded detail at the front. Stitched using glass seed beads, it completes the delicate beauty of this item.

I researched period decoration before choosing this simple but elegant flower pattern.

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Miser purse's also known as finger, ring or string purses were used throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Often used to carry coins or other small articles these purses featured an odd but ingenious design.

Victorian miser purses could be anywhere between 4 and 40 inches long. The purse is similar to an elongated tube with either matching or odd shaped ends or toes. A small opening in the middle of the 'tube' allowed access to each end while access was restricted by moving 2 to 4 rings usually made of gold, silver or brass towards the toes, sealing off the opening.


The purpose of the different shaped toes was to allow the owner to distinguish each end by feel alone. Silver or small change could be kept in one end while gold or other larger items kept in the other. This allowed for discreet access to money and belongings, perfect for protecting the moral standing and decency of young ladies.

This particular purse measures 30 inches (76.5cm) from end to end and 5 inches (13 cm) at the widest point.
It is made using gorgeous light blue broderie anglaise, fully lined in 100% cotton with brass plated closure rings. The 'toes' are then decorated with handmade cotton tassels.

The true beauty of this piece is its simplicity. Delicate and feminine, it is sure to turn heads when used out and about.

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This gorgeous 19th century cravat is made from 100% silk dupion, with a gorgeous checked pattern.

Designed to be used with my 1870s men's shirt, this is historical recreation at its best!

***The images shown above are for illustrative purposes. The item you buy with be unique to you***

My "not-so-secret" passion is Men's tailoring. Since our classes at college I have maintained that anyone can look good as long as they were properly fitted clothing and suits :)

So when I was trying to think of some wonderful new products, in came my love of period literature and the inspiration for this cravat.

The tie is made from pure checked silk dupion, which features a slight slub (which gives it a wonderful yet subtle nubby texture). The cravat comes to point at either end, giving the finished bow a clean lined finish.

The style of tying the cravat shown here is just one option. Have a play around to find your own comfortable style!

The cravat measures roughly 6 foot 1 inch (1.87m) long and 2 inches wide. When made with these measurements the cravat fits comfortably on a 16 inch neck. The size can be adjusted to fit you perfectly.

Do you want it in a different colour? Do you have a different fabric in mind? Just let me know!

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This gorgeous 19th century cravat is made from 100% black silk dupion.

Designed to be used with my 1870s men's shirt, this is historical recreation at its best!

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My "not-so-secret" passion is Men's tailoring. Since our classes at college I have maintained that anyone can look good as long as they were properly fitted clothing and suits :)

So when I was trying to think of some wonderful new products, in came my love of period literature and the inspiration for this cravat.

The tie is made from pure black silk dupion, which features a gorgeous slub (which gives it that wonderful nubby texture).

The style of tying the cravat shown here is just one option. Have a play around to find your own comfortable style!

The cravat measures roughly 7 foot 9 inches (2.37m) long and 2 inches wide. When made with these measurements the cravat fits comfortably on a 16 inch neck. The size can be adjusted to fit you perfectly.

Do you want it in a different colour? Do you have a different fabric in mind? Just let me know!

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My "not-so-secret" passion is Men's tailoring. Since our classes at college I have maintained that anyone can look good as long as they were properly fitted clothing and suits :)

So when I was trying to think of some wonderful new products, along came my love of period literature and the inspiration for this shirt.

This wonderfully romantic Jacobean shirt is made with 100% unbleached cotton, with hand stitched button loop details

Made using an original shirt pattern from 1700, this is historical accuracy at its best!

The shirt sits at the knees when not tucked in to trousers. This was typical of the period when underwear was still a rarity for men. The shirt was often tucked through the legs to act as a sort of "nappy"!!

The shoulders, neck and cuffs are gathered to fit. The cuffs are held with bands buttoned at the wrists with a frilled overhand covering the hands.

The collar measures 4 inches high; the neck button at the collar with a deep opening over the chest, which can lead to some very interesting chest hair exposure!

Do you want it in a different colour? Would you like muslin or flannel instead of cotton? Just let me know!

***Please contact me to discuss measurements and fabric BEFORE ordering***

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This gorgeous 19th century shirt is made from 100% cotton, with hand-stitched buttonhole details.

Made using an original shirt pattern from 1870, this is historical accuracy at its best!

***The images shown above are for illustrative purposes. The item you buy with be unique to you***

My "not-so-secret" passion is Men's tailoring. Since our classes at college I have maintained that anyone can look good as long as they were properly fitted clothing and suits :)

So when I was trying to think of some wonderful new products, in came my love of period literature and the inspiration for this shirt.

The shirt sits at the knees when not tucked in to trousers. This was typical of the period when underwear was still a rarity for men. The shirt was often tucked through the legs to act as a sort of "nappy"!!

The shoulders and cuffs are gathered to fit, with the same gathering detail at the back of the yoke. The collar measures 4 inches high.

Do you want it in a different colour? Would you like muslin or flannel instead of cotton? Just let me know!

***Please contact me to discuss measurements and fabric BEFORE ordering***

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This delicately simple 18th century chemise is made from 100% cotton.

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Based on actual 18th century patterns this is the very best start to your period outfit.
Although this style of chemise originated in the 17th century this piece can be used as a base for most outfits throughout the 18th and early 19th century.

The chemise would be worn under the stays to act as a barrier between a woman's skin stays. This would be to prevent sweat and daily grime from penetrating the rest of the outfit. It would also save on laundry bills and effort as cotton shifts were easier to wash on a regular basis than the heavily boned stays.

The chemise features short puffed style sleeves with square gussets to allow freedom of movement. They are finished with hand stitched buttonhole details on the cuff.

The neckline is gathered to fit with soft cotton drawstrings and decorated with a broderie anglaise lace trim.

This style sits at the knees, which was common for day use. Longer length chemises were commonly used as nightwear.

Chemises are designed to be loose fitting, with the neckline gathering to fit under the stays, so do not worry if it seems to be on large side, just adjust to fit!

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This beautifully detailed regency corset is made using 100% cotton drill and constructed using traditional methods.

Based on actual 19th Century corset patterns these stays are the perfect base to your Regency or Georgian outfit.

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At the beginning of the 19th Century, social ideas concerning the ideal female form were changing. Inspired by the social and political happenings in France women began eschewing many of their bulky and cumbersome undergarments. The Grecian figure (high breasts, long well rounded limbs) was becoming the ideal.

Corsets lost much of the boning prevalent throughout the 18th Century. The use of cotton or wool cords to stiffen the stays began to be used.

This technique is known as "cording", lengths of cotton cord are drawn through channels and the rest of the corset (specifically the stomach) is then quilted to provide a strong supportive structure.

The corset sits over the hips with two gussets at the bust and hips to give a smooth silhouette. The bust gussets help to hold the breast high in a "shelf-like" manner while the works to keep the breasts naturally separated.

The corset is then lightly boned with a historically accurate wooden busque used at the centre front. The stays are then finished with metal eyelet closures at the back. These are historically appropriate from 1828 onwards. ****Hand bound eyelets are available at an extra cost****


The corset pictured is decorated with pale pink satin stitching and matching binding.
Do you want it in a different colour? Alternative colours and fabrics are available upon request Just let me know!


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This beautifully delicate bodiced petticoat is made of 100% cotton muslin with cotton tape ties and embroidery stitch detail.

Based on original petticoat patterns from the 1800's this is historical accuracy at its best.

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At the beginning of the 19th Century, social ideas concerning the ideal female form were changing. Inspired by the social and political happenings in France women began eschewing many of their bulky and cumbersome undergarments. The Grecian figure (high breasts, long well rounded limbs) was becoming the ideal.

While the panniers and heavy petticoats of the 18th Century were discarded women still needed at least a few layers of undergarments, mainly to protect their decency as Regency day dresses were commonly made of thin cotton or linen. Petticoats were also a necessity for those living in colder climates for example much of Britain in winter!

The bodiced petticoat would follow the shape and line of the morning dress, and would often stop just short of the hem.

The petticoat pictured features a short bodice gathered at the neck and high waist. The skirt is gathered to the bodice and left to hang loose and flow over the natural (or corseted) female figure.
The petticoat closes in the back using cotton ribbon ties. The neckline and armholes are decorated with an embroidered stitch in white.

Do you want it in a different colour? Alternative colours and fabrics are available upon request. Just let me know!

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Based on an actual 1840's pattern found in The Workwomen's Guide this is the perfect starting garment for creating that truly Victorian shape!

Although hip rolls, panniers and bum pads were used from as early as the 16th Century bustles began to take on a life of their own in the 19th Century.

This style is designed to be worn with the multiple petticoats of the 1830's, 40's and early 1850's. Bustles like this were often used to give the much-sought-after bell shape skirts of the early and mid-Victorian period.

According to The Workwomen's Guide:
"Bustles are worn by those whose shape requires something to set off the skirt of the gown. They should not be too large, or they look indelicate, and in bad taste."

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The Bustle features two layers of white cotton, corded at the hem to provide stiffness. A waist tape is then passed through a channel in the layers and gathered to fit.
The fullness of the bustle can be adjusted through the gathers at the waist. The hem sits mid-thigh and is soft enough to give shape without distorting the line of the dress.

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The bustle is made using 100% Egyptian cotton which makes it very strong with a soft finish.
The bustle is made up using an original design, even converting the Victorian measurements of "nails" into inches before cutting the fabric!

Custom measurements are not required for this costume as the waist tape is left long enough to gather and tie. However if you are concerned about fit and shape don't hesitate to get in touch and I can adjust the pattern sizing :)

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Based on actual 19th century patterns taken from "The Workwoman's Guide" this is the very best start to your period outfit.

This piece can be used as a base for most outfits throughout the 1830's into the early 1860's.

The chemise would be worn under the stays to act as a barrier between them and a woman's skin. This would be to prevent sweat and daily grime from penetrating the rest of the outfit as the cotton shifts were easier to wash on a regular basis than the heavily boned stays.

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The chemise features square flat sleeves with square gussets to allow freedom of movement. They are loose fitting and finished with a double hem. All seams are finished with either french or flat-felled seams.

The neckline is wide across the shoulders with a square front and a curved line at the back. The edge is finished with matching bias binding. A corset "flap" at the front is used to smooth the line of the corset and prevent it from distorting the front of the dress bodice.

This style sits at the knees, which was common for day use. Longer length chemises were commonly used as nightwear.

Chemises are designed to be loose fitting with built in gores from the hips, so don't be worried if it seems a bit big, it will adjust once a corset is placed on top.

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The measurements needed for the chemise is as follows:

Chest:
Nape of neck to Back Knee:
Sleeve length (shoulder to bicep):
Top arm girth (with bicep flexed):
Neckline (length across collar bone from shoulder to shoulder):

As I make every chemise to order the measurements are needed upon ordering!


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Based on actual 19th century patterns taken from Janet Arnold's fabulous "Patterns of Fashion" this is the perfect addition to your Georgian or Regency outfit.

The chemisette is suited for most gowns from 1800 to 1825; it is the perfect modesty piece for lower cut gowns or a nice addition to add warmth to any high neck gown.

The chemisette would be worn under the out gown but over the corset. The cambric is a very fine fabric often used for chemisettes and handkerchiefs, it is light and soft so can add decoration and warmth to an outfit without any additional bulk.

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The chemisette is made very simply in 3 main pieces, a back and two fronts. All the pieces are attached at the shoulders and a drawstring waist tape which creates a gap for the arms. All the hems are finished with a double tuck, hiding all rough edges.

The neck closes with another cotton drawstring tape and features a delicate broderie anglaise lace collar. The seams are finished with flat felled seams.

The chemisette sits at the waist covering the whole upper body. The shoulders feature three simple tucks in the middle that help give shape to the chemisette and adds a simple decoration.

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The measurements needed for the chemisette is as follows:

Chest:
Nape of neck to Waist (down the spine):
Neck to waist at front (over the chest):
Back (shoulder to shoulder):
Waist:

As I make every chemisette to order the measurements are needed upon ordering!

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Based on actual 18th century patterns this is the very best start to your period outfit.

This style features knife pleating at the back and front, with a rolled hem opening into the "pocket" section of the hoop.

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This is a very simple style of pannier designed to give width without too much bulk or weight to the outfit as a whole. The rolled hem at the opening allows access to the hoop section or access to separate pockets worn underneath. This style sits on the waist and reaches to mid-thigh; they are made of white or unbleached cotton. Often separate pockets worn under and petticoats worn over could be heavily decorated or embroidered.

The pockets are pleated onto a waist band that fastens with a hook and eye at the front; specifically to reduce bulk at the waist once more layers are added.

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The measurements needed for the panniers are as follows:
Measurements can be in cm or inches – just note which! :)

Waist circumference with corset:
Waist to mid-thigh:

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Based on actual 18th century patterns this is the very best start to your period outfit.
This style features chevron pleating at the sides designed specifically to fit over panniers or pocket hoops. Adjustments can be made depended on the hoop or bum roll worn underneath.

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This is a very simple style of petticoat to be worn directly over the panniers. It features a box pleated ruffle along the bottom to help smooth the lines of the skirts worn over it.
This style is full length sitting at the ankles; it is made of white or unbleached cotton. Often outer petticoats were made of decorative fabrics to match the dress.

The petticoat is pleated onto a waist band that fastens with a placket and hook and eye at the back.

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The measurements needed for the petticoat are as follows:
Measurements can be in cm or inches – just note which! :)

Waist circumference with corset:
Waist to floor without hoops:
Waist to floor over hoops:

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