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Pelisse

Posted Mar 2, 2012 at 12:38 CET in Drawings and prints, Fashion, Fashion plates, My costumes, and Photos.

Pelisse

I started making this pelisse last winter for the 12th night ball. I raced to get it finished and didn’t quite make it, but it was still wearable enough for the ball.

After the ball I wasn’t as motivated to finish it so it’s been in the same state ever since, but now I have finally done the final trimming and the arm holes.

I used the instructions at Marquise but made it a bit shorter and less wide. The pattern is from the 1760s but it’s a very basic shape that stayed very similar for several decades.

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Photos from the winter ball at Château d’Ursel

Posted Jan 18, 2011 at 11:33 CET in Events, Fashion, and Photos.

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A while ago I posted about the winter ball at Château d’Ursel, and they just e-mailed me some photos from the event. Go here to see more.

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Twelfth night ball

Posted Jan 6, 2011 at 20:08 CET in Costuming, Events, Fashion, Flickr, My costumes, Photos, and Swedish events.

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Yesterday I went to Gustafs skål’s Twelfth night ball, and I had a wonderful time! I also met Isis, who had a fantastic foresty costume, and Madame Berg, who looked amazing, for the first time. I forgot to take any photos but my boyfriend took a few of my costume when I got back home. I wore the polonaise with a new but unfinished pelisse (the hood trim and armholes are missing). I was planning to make a matching muff as well but didn’t have time.

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A visit at Kina slott

Posted Aug 16, 2010 at 14:06 CEST in Buildings and interiors, Costuming, Fashion, Flickr, My costumes, and Photos.

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A couple of days ago I went to Kina slott (the Chinese pavilion at Drottningholm) to take some photos of my robe à la polonaise since I realised it unintentionally matches the colours of the palace exterior. My boyfriend Henrik was the photographer.

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Museum of Childhood

Posted Jun 26, 2010 at 14:25 CEST in Exhibitions, Fashion, Flickr, Museums, and Photos.

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In London I also visited the Museum of Childhood, which had a few 18th century children’s clothes on display, and a doll from 1780 with a full set of undergarments and even a tiny chatelaine.

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