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Tea gown

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This evening dress made between 1908-1910 was worn by Maud Messel. It is made of silver gilt lame, covered with light green silk chiffon, embroidered with rosettes in pearls and glass. The dress has a...

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I am a big fan of Downton Abbey series and I designed this dress inspired by Lady Mary's green dress as seen at the picture. It became very popular among my customers as an alternative wedding dress, bridesmaids dress, mother of the bride/groom dress especially for themed weddings. It is perfect for all Titanic events - dinners, balls weddings. It proved to be one of my best Edwardian fashion recollections and I have made it in many different colours. This gorgeous dress is made of green…

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Recall enchanted castles, weeping willows and chirping birds in the Mint Tea Gown. Sit on the green grass, have a picnic, or host your own afternoon tea party wearing billowy lace and embroidered flowers. Details: -Mint lace and tulle fabric -Elegant deep V-shaped neckline -Cinched waist with boning -Decorative double bow details -Medium puffy sleeves -A-line silhouette -Floor-length with a train and a full skirt -Inseam pockets -Embellished with butterflies, beads, and tiny crystal flowers

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Description Details More info Downton Abbey: Downton Abbey is a British period drama set at the end of the Edwardian Era, the early 1900s. The show focuses on an aristocratic family during the reign of King George V. At this period of time, waistlines were raised to an empire fit. Embroidery was also very prevalent in designs. Layering the skirts of dresses with embroidered or lace fabrics also grew into fashion. Put together, these elements would make a dress that accurately represents the…

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Description Details More Info Lovely and inspiring, this Edwardian romance gown is made with dramatic embroidery and layered skirts. Light and flowing, the Edwardian Romance Gown includes a delicate embroidered neckline and sprigs of floral ivy embroidery overlay. Gathered softly at the waist, your Edwardian romance will be fulfilled. SLEEVE LENGTh 3/4 NECKLINE TYPE Scoop LENGTH Tea Length FABRIC Tulle DRESS STYLE Titanic, Victorian, 1920s, Victorian, Edwardian, Downton Abbey Lovely and…

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3/4 Sleeve Length: Three quarter length sleeves stop halfway between the wrist and elbow, a stylish mix of both long and short sleeves. They are ideal for special occasions and give off a classy vibe, especially for more mature women. Scoop Neck: Scoop necks form parabolic necklines for clothing, accentuating the wearer's collarbones and shoulder lines in chic manner. Scoop necks can be stylishly worn for many occasions, from casual to formal. Tea Length: Tea length dresses stop a few inches…

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Description Details More Info Inspired by iconic designs from the elegant Edwardian era, this intricate tea dress is simply exquisite. A sage green lining gives it an air of regality, while the embroidered golden overlay and effortless fit ensure it is nothing short of breathtaking. Pair it with period-appropriate accessories for a ladylike look with old-world elegance. Sleeve Length 3/4 Neckline Type Scoop Length Tea Length Fabric Tulle 1920s fashion has captured the imagination of women…

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