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All Entries: 2009 Most Beautiful Bustle Dress In the WORLD Contest by Contest on 05-15-2009


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USA Entry 25.) Dress: Gothic Natural Form Dracula's Ball BallGown
Category: Best Gothic Victorian Gown
Category: Best Victorian Ball Gown
Seamstress: Madame Kat

This natural form ball gown is from purple and black shot taffeta and black net lace and braid with self-fabric buttons on the bodice and bows in the back. The skirt is three layers: underskirt with knife pleats, middle layer are long pedal shapes edged in net lace and black braid, and the overskirt also edged in black net lace and braid. The pleated bertha is removable and attaches by hook and eye at the shoulders. Madame Kat

Victorian Bustle Fashion Gown Costume Contest
USA Entry 24.) Dress: 1880 Striped, Afternoon Natural Form Walking Gown
Category: Most Beautiful Bustle Dress In the WORLD
Category: Best Victorian Day Bustle Gown
Seamstress: RL of North Carolina

Model is my daughter, Christine, whom the bustle gown was made for. I made this gown specifically for an outing at the Biltmore Estate, here in Asheville, NC. The house was completed about 1898 by George Vanderbilt. The dress is 1880 natural form, and was made using an original fashion plate as inspiration. Fabrics are cotton. The hat is commercially purchased, steamed and re-formed. TV patterns for bodice (modified significantly) and skirt. Overskirt is of my own design. We enjoy going to annual tea outings with the Carolina Belles, and other local Victorian events.

Victorian style Fashion SASS Costume Contest
USA Entry 23.) Dress: 1876 Centennial Bustle Gown
Category: Most Beautiful Bustle Dress In the WORLD
Category: Best Victorian Ball Gown
Seamstress: DP of California

This gown was made for the Sass Convention 2008 with a 1876 Centennial theme. The fabric used was a navy blue brocade satin, with side panels of white moire. The skirt was trimmed with red and white satin. The overdrape was a navy floral mesh with silver stars. The back trimmed with the same florals and crystals, as my hair. Made his wardrobe as well. Patterns used TV 216 and 416 Won 1st Place Best Couple D.P.

Victorian style Fashion SASS Costume Contest
USA Entry 22.) Dress: 1878 Black Velveteen and Coral Silk Dinner Dress
Category: Most Beautiful Bustle Dress In the WORLD
Seamstress: Fannie Kikinshoot http://www.carolinabelles.net/

Madams were some of the wealthiest women in the Victorian era. They may not have been the most "proper" ladies but they were some of the best dressed ladies in town, because they had the money to dress that way. This dress is made of black velveteen, coral silk and azure satin. The fabric that makes the peacock tail was the inspiration for this dress. Whenever I wear this dinner dress I become Madam Peacock. Fannie Kikinshoot

Victorian style SASS Bustle Dress Costume Contest
USA Entry 21.) Dress: 1886 Butterfly Ball gown
Category: Best Victorian Ball Gown In the WORLD
Seamstress: Lady Leigh (Ebay's: house_of_poleigh_naise.) Lady Leigh's Ebay Store: http://stores.shop.ebay.com/House-of-PoLeigh-Naise__W0QQ_armrsZ1

This 1886 ball gown was inspired by a combination of two fashion plates which Lady Leigh helped put together for me. The gown is done in a shimmery, lavender peu de soi edged with white appliques dotted with pearls. The underskirt is a fabulous purple lace from France with a leaf and flower design all sewn with tiny purple pearls. Carefully placed on the folds of the over skirt is a silver butterfly. I've worn this gown to the ball at the SASS convention, and to a local Victorian Ball.

Victorian style SASS Bustle Dress Costume Contest
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