Fashion Doll Friday: Florence’s Seperates and Accessories

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This is the second to last Florence post with her last being a wedding dress/dinner dress for next week. The regency wooden doll is going slowly. I have the doll drawn, but am struggling with regency underwear information. My sources suggest that while some women shed corsets (mostly radical french women), most still wore some sort of corset like garment. The challenge is figuring out what those garments were. So, I have six books on historical underwear spread across my dining room table while I try to figure it out.

Speaking of paper doll research, I have been collecting a series of links I use for research. You can find them up in the new Research Resources section.

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2 Responses to Fashion Doll Friday: Florence’s Seperates and Accessories

  1. Alexandra says:

    Those French women and their bra-less-ness! ^_^ I love the detailing- very neat and authentic!

  2. Lizzy says:

    The teaset is cute and I like all the pleats. You seem to use pleats a lot.

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