I wrote earlier that i am planning to make a 1660’s corset, well i found the film The Man in the Iron mask the other day and there is plenty of inspiration for dresses inside, not much underwear on show but the dresses are lovely.
a nice view of the back of their dresses.
loving the yellow and frills
…the gold embroidery
the lady to the left in blue, i like the detail on her dress
far right, the detail on that gold is lovely, like a sweet wrapper lol
i’m really liking the peach dress in the centre, everything about it is lovely.
i like this colour alot, the detail reminds me of the tv series ‘Charles II The Power and the Passion’
i don’t like the fabric used on her’s, yet the construction is perfect
can never have enough view from behind, you forget thats just as important
don’t think the real Anne of Austria would have worn that dull of clothes, yet nice to see from this era, don’t see that much.
nice and sombre
with glittering jewels
poor people……… i’m sure i would have been one of them, there costumes are mixed
lady on the left looks like she has stepped out of a field from the 1560’s, lady on the right with red skirt could be 18th century
they could be standing outside versailles shouting up at Marie Antionette
I don’t know about the hooks and eyes, the other women were laced up ?!?
her smocking on her chemise
John malkovich working the shirt
16th century masked ball, yeah
some clearly visible tights
i like hers, the only women not in 16th century fancy dress
some very suave elizabethan men
loving the lady in the middle, really in to it
some added renaissance ladies
some nice big elizabethan ruffs
more spanish inspiration
some royal armour