Posts Tagged ‘crossover’

Lea-anne’s Crossover Gown

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This is my second gown from the Elegant Lady’s Closet. I bought a wonderful Indian Ikat weave fabric from Ebay and it suited the style perfectly. Next time I may make the sleeves a little wider and longer, but it turned out so much nicer than my first dress which was a round neck. I think the V neckline is more flattering to well-endowed ladies. I am also wearing my very comfortable Regency stays underneath, but I can’t show you that! The hardest part is simply finding the right sort of fabric for these dresses. Read more…

Rachel’s Regency Crossover Gown

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I have wanted a regency dress for a long time–especially since the plethora of good Austen movies have been made available! My mother purchased “The Elegant Lady’s Closet” collection for my Christmas present last year, and since then I had wanted to make myself a dress, but lacked an something to motivate me. When we […] Read more…

Raquel’s Stunning Crossover Gown

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My Mother bought ‘The Elegant Ladies Closet’ pattern and made me the dress for a Regency Era ball, held at our friend’s home. I just thought I would share the finished product! Didn’t Mother do a lovely job? She is quite the seamstress! Thank you for providing such beautiful patterns! Miss Raquel Ahhhhh! This is […] Read more…

Emily’s Ethereal Wedding Gown

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Dear Mrs Chancey, Thank you so much for your wonderful patterns! Enclosed are photographs of my wedding gown, made with the Titanic Tea Gown pattern, and my sister’s Maid of Honour dress, made with the Elegant Lady’s Closet Wrap Dress. I have always loved Regency fashions as well as those of the early 1900’s. When […] Read more…

Jenni’s Crossover Regency Gown

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Jennie, I just wanted to share a few pictures with you of the Elegant Lady’s Closet Crossover Gown that I recently made. I was THRILLED with the pattern! Thank you so much for it! The fabric is a Reproduction of a Regency Era Print! Thank you, Jenni M. This is such a beautiful outfit. Finding […] Read more…

Victoria’s Regency Crossover Gown

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Thank you so much for your wonderful patterns and website; my sisters and I have really enjoyed them I made this dress out of a yellow striped seersucker fabric. I really enjoyed working with this pattern. The instructions where very well written, and I found it even easier to make than the regency gown! I […] Read more…

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