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Spencer, 1815-20.  I want to know more about the dress underneath it though!  It's paisley patterned muslin!

Spencer ~ ~ Spencer wool with high collar and long sleeves designed to cover most of the hands ~ Spencer jacket worn by Regency ladies over their sheer muslin Empire gowns.

Cotton dress, eventually used as a wedding gown. Early 19th century. Kulturen, Lund, Sweden. http://carl.kulturen.com/web/object/8417

"Cotton dress, eventually used as a wedding gown.

Dress, first quarter of the 19th century, Documentation Centre ja Textile Museum - CDMT

The Duke and I - Daphne. Dress, first quarter of the century, Documentation Centre ja Textile Museum - CDMT

1810-1813

Bodice Interior, Australian/English Dress, I don't get it; I cannot understand why I can't get an apron front to work for me. This looks easy in theory!

1805-1810 -- overcoat. I really like the double-breasted bottoms going all the way down the dress.

Regency style Redingote, I'd like to create a mid calf version of this for myself. Maybe in nice deep forrest green

One of my favourite military-inspired pieces: Spencer, Underbodice and Skirt | KCI | c. 1815

Regency Spencer jacket, skirt of red cut velvet with piping and wrapped buttons in hussar style and silk satin underbodice, c. about 1815

Spencer, ca 1805

I have just completed the reproduction Regency Spencer Jacket that I've been working on recently.

I know this type of white, embroidered dress was very typical for the Regency, but I can't help being in love with the cut, the embroidery, the everything-about-it. This one is from around 1810, made of cotton and linen.

Though simply hued, there is nothing pedestrian about this immensely beautiful regency era gown.

1820 ca.   Pelisse, English.  Cream, Empire-waisted, pelisse dress with ruffled sleeves, high collar, decorated bodice, and vertical decoration down front opening.                                 ngv.vic.gov.au                                        suzilove.com

Pelisse (c. Artist/s name (ENGLAND) Medium corded cotton, cotton thread, shell (buttons) Measurements cm (centre back) cm (sleeve length)

Printed Regency Dress

In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, early printed textiles with their luminous colors and attractive designs were widely sought for fashionable clothing and home .

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