Bath Museum of Costume – Part Two

Still at the Museum of Costume, in Bath~

REGENCY ROOM

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I really like the sleeve and bodice detailing on this!

Even More Dress Pics (not just Regency though)

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And the rows of cording on this one.

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Not super fond of the bodice on the dress on the right, but I really like that fabric texture.

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This is the bodice, since I figured I should show it if I’m going to say I don’t like it.

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Aaaah the shiny, love it.

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And the hem on this! I just want to make Regency dresses now.

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Also this hem 8D;;

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That hem is more fancy because it’s from a later time.

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I like the sleeve detailing though.

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Goodbye Regency Room!
My hands were so itching to just use my gramma’s wheelchair to smash through the glass and explore those bins. That was cruel of them I think, look bins of things you’re probably interested in! Juuuuust out of reach. Thanks museum.

Anyway.

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Look, ribbon.
It was in front of a 1830s dress, which I thought was hideous, and thus there are no pics.

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I’m not overly fond of the 1840s, but I do like some of the detailings as we get into the 1850s.

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Like I’ve seen this style in awesome plaids and stripes, all matched gorgeously through that pleating.

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1876, actually not keen on this silhouette.  

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I like the explosion of details that come with the 1880s

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Totally want that collar.

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I don’t necessarily want that hem, but it’s interesting.

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And we leave off with the 1900s.

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