Fashion Doll Friday: Regency Wedding Dress

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I have to confess some shock about the level of interest and excitement with the Star Trek Marisole paper doll on Monday, and then of course, I neglected the blog for a bit. Still, these things happen and I am back now with a wedding dress for Flora. The dress with it’s matching spencer jacket is based on a costume from the Victoria and Albert Museum . I sort of rambled on about the dress in a post I did about spencers and how much I adore them.

Do people care about these sorts of random historical fashion things? I never know if I should be straying so far from the topic of paper dolls… I’m still divided about the “posting pictures from my sketchbook” idea. It’s kinda fun, but, again, I’m not sure people enjoy them. Well loyal fans, what do you think?

Oh, and I spent some time tonight fixing some link problems some of the Magnetic Paper Doll images were having. If you like magnetic paper dolls, you can check out my directions and images on my Magnetic Paper Dolls page. More magnetic clothing sets will be forthcoming as I get them ready.

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3 Responses to Fashion Doll Friday: Regency Wedding Dress

  1. Sara says:

    I enjoy all your posts actually. But I’m a history nerd, with a keen interest in textile arts, so I can’t be representative. I think you’ll always get more interest from pop culture references than posts on awesome historical dresses though, simply because more people have stuff to say about it. Like if you did a Harry Potter or Twilight Marisole doll you’d probably crash your servers or something. Especially Harry Potter right now.

    I love the wedding dress =)

  2. Monica says:

    I like your historical outfits and the modern/pop culture/whatever ones too. I don’t think i have a preference.=]

  3. April says:

    No preferences here, though I did just notice the title of this post. Didn’t you end Florence with her wedding dress too?

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