19th century: Regency sari and shawl gowns

Dresses made out of sarees and shawls
orange regency dress

orange regency dress

1823 Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony by Joseph Karl Stieler - higher waistline (moving down from empire), bateau neckline, pleated bodice, 1/4 length puffed sleeves

1823 Amalie Auguste, Princess of Bavaria and Queen of Saxony by Joseph Karl Stieler - higher waistline (moving down from empire), bateau neckline, pleated bodice, 1/4 length puffed sleeves

Green shawl gown 1812 Costume parisien

Green shawl gown 1812 Costume parisien

Toque de satin - Robe de Cachemire - 1806

Toque de satin - Robe de Cachemire - 1806

Blue cotton and silk dress 1815. (Gorgeous color!) Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris

Blue cotton and silk dress 1815. (Gorgeous color!) Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris

1812 Costume Parisien. Hair style. Dress of cashmere. Shawl.

1812 Costume Parisien. Hair style. Dress of cashmere. Shawl.

The placket across the bosom was intended to be a sleeve cap for the sari. I repurposed it and added the beading over the shoulder to tie the pieces together

The placket across the bosom was intended to be a sleeve cap for the sari. I repurposed it and added the beading over the shoulder to tie the pieces together

Costume Parisien, 1813.

Costume Parisien, 1813.

1800-1805 Baroness Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff by Robert Lefèvre (Hermitage) Dress made from a Cashmir shawl.

1800-1805 Baroness Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff by Robert Lefèvre (Hermitage) Dress made from a Cashmir shawl.

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