I saw that too! It is a pretty dress, and if I thought I'd ever have somewhere to wear it, I'd gather my funds together and buy it. But I just don't think I ever would. It is closer to being a Pre-Raphaelite gown than the other one they used to sell. I wonder if you've seen the gown that the company Pyramid Collection has in their catalog, that they're calling a Regency gown, but that to my eye, would also well suit an Aesthetic maid. It's in a lovely creamy brocade, and I'm very tempted. It's much less expensive, for one thing!
Also a lovely gown, although quite Jane Austen :D
William Morris fans may be interested in this article about the embroidered tapestries of his daughter May Morris. http://thetextileblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/may-morris-and-embroidered-tapestry.html
OMGWhat a gorgeous dress!
Did you see their Ophelia Coat? GORGEOUS!! Reminded me of the clothing in brotherhood series from last year. Lovely.
Helen, sorry such a late reply, but no, I hadn't seen it, and wow is it beautiful! I can't afford it, but stunning!
The two movements began during the Victorian era, and celebrated a return to the aesthetics and simplicity of medieval times, as well as the romance of nature and chivalry.trading system
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