Victorian Fashion Plate to Reality! My Recreation of an 1870s Bustle Dress from La Mode Artistique.

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by Beauty & the Bustle

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01.29.2024



🌹1870s ballgown reveal! 🌹This dress I created from scratch, by draping my own pattern. My inspiration was to re-create an exact copy of an 1873 fashion plate from la mode Artistique. The correct silhouette was created using a bustle which I made specifically for this gown. If you would like to see more of this gown as well as the undergarments I made for it, please see my Instagram @beauty_and_the_bustle.
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