This dress is pretty accurate historically to 18th century dresses. This dress needs to have a 18th century corset and bustle underneath.
I used black satin, brocade, silk and different type of ribbons and sequin embroideries.(more…)
This dress was made of red velvet fabric, and black satin. It actually has a “jacket” and a “skirt” part.
This is not exact creation of any specific era of history, more like my ideas and likes in an outift. There is a steel bones front of the ” jacket”, steel bones on the back. Side lacings, so the size is adjustable. I made a pelerine with wide hood, so even larger hairstyle fits under.
This outfit needs a hoop skirt.(more…)
“I have crossed oceans of time to find you.”
This dress has been created after my favorite film; Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I absolutely adore Eiko Ishiokas work.
I used red satin for this dress, if I was created it again, I would do it from real red silk. It was hard work to do all the bits and pieces for it, and make the hem look rich and floating.(more…)
This design I’m quite proud of. It took hours and hours of measuring, creating and sewing. This lolita dress has taken infuence from 18th century dresses. It has five bows on the front, half transparent sleeves where I used polkadot lace fabric. I made matching choker as well. There are many different type of layers on the hem. Shirring on the back, with lacing as well.(more…)