This is Edwardian charm at its best. A perfect vintage wedding dress with high neck, leg o'mutton sleeves, and flounced train. Simplified version can be a coordinated bridesmaid dress, dancing dress, or everyday fashion. Pattern includes instructions for tucks, lace insertions, and a simple veil.
Suggested fabrics: Light to medium-weight cotton or blends such as batiste, lawn, voile, or broadcloth; handkerchief linen; silk broadcloth or crepe de chine; satin; taffeta. Original garments were made of cotton batiste. Simplified version can also be made from rayon or wool challis. Stripes, plaids, one-way prints, or diagonals are not suitable.
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