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Victorian lace

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Victorian Tradition and Preparation for Ceremony Part I. Bride's Dress

The Victorian wedding traditions that have developed during the reign of Queen Victoria have had a big impact on how they celebrate the wedding day to this day. It was a truly intense fashion period, still inspiring designers, brides, and, of course, needlewomen. The wedding day is the most significant event in the life of a Victorian girl. By this day, her mother had been preparing her since birth, because the Victorian girl knew no other purpose in life. She will marry, and she will marry…

New shrug in dove grey with ivory lace ^^  For all about my designs, see:  www.somniaromantica.com  ^^

New shrug in dove grey with ivory lace ^^ For all about my designs, see: www.somniaromantica.com ^^

McCalls Cosplay Ladies Sewing Pattern 2061 Historical Lace & Ruffled Collars | Sewing | Patterns | Minerva Crafts

McCalls Cosplay Ladies Sewing Pattern 2061 Historical Lace & Ruffled Collars | Sewing | Patterns | Minerva Crafts

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Wouldn't these be gorgeous with a Victorian wedding dress? And maybe a bit of leather? #provestra

Have you ever fallen in love with a pair of shoes? Maybe it was love at first sight as you eyed a fabulous pair while casually and innocently window-shopping. Or, perhaps you tried on a gorgeous pair of shoes and just knew they were the one – in fact, money was no object because you just had to own them! The love of shoes seems to take on new meaning for brides. Of course, it might be all about the […]

Bobbin lace made on a pillow with bobbins and pins / Wikipedia. The Coded Couture of Antique Lacework

They were like snowflakes spun from silk, sought after just as feverishly as gold on the black market. Whether they were twisted with pearls or tied with silver knots, no two pieces of lace were the same in 1765. All too often forgotten in dusty attics today, for centuries, lacework was all about how you…