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A 1770’s Fashion Shoot

1770s

What better way to start off the new year than with a historical fashion shoot!  This particular shoot highlighted two new 1770’s gown I created last month.  Which was a miracle I was able to get any sewing done, since I spent quite a few weeks hugging the toilet….I’m four months pregnant just in case you missed last week’s post! 🙂

Anyways!!!  I am so happy to be feeling better and what better way to celebrate than with a wonderful snowy day and some wonderful photographs. So with a big thank you to my model Cassandra, here are a few of my favorite images from this fun photo adventure!

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Both gown are currently for sale on my Etsy Shop along with many new Regency custom order listings!  

Well, now I’m going to grab a snack and go work on a 1916 skirt….fingers crossed!! 

Have a fabulous Wednesday everyone!

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2 Comments

  1. Terry says

    I don’t think I’ve ever looked at your Etsy page before. Looks like you are one of the models! It’s fascinating to see these clothes recreated. What do you do if the person buying one of your dresses isn’t the same size as the dress? Do you alter it?
    Congratulations on making it through the first trimester of the pregnancy. You’ll feel so much better from now on. I’m so happy for you!

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    • Hi Terry!
      Thank you for such a sweet comment! I try to offer a variety of sizes to accommodate different body shapes as well as offering to alter the gown if possible. For those who are looking for a completely different size then I offer custom options!
      Yes, now that I am in my second trimester I feel sooooo much better….and I’m getting very excited! 😊
      I hope you have a wonderful day!
      Aimee

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