Lady's Court Dress to 1820 - now in colour!
This lady is uncomfortably attired in the hooped court gown prescribed by Queen Charlotte. She has done her best with the unbecoming style; the drapings of her Florence satin skirts are accentuated with large tassels of Tussore silk. She wears the obligatory headdress of feathers attached to a bandeau with lappets pendant at the back. A double stranded necklace completes her costume.
The line drawing [link]
is part of my Regency Fashions colouring book, which you can find here: [link]
Pencil drawing/painted in Photoshop. Texture from cgtextures. Art © Shakoriel 2012; please do not use without permission.