Sunday, February 27, 2011

Elizabeth Bennet's Pemberly Gown

This white gown was first seen on Elizabeth at the Assembly Room ball, then at Netherfield, and then at Pemberly.

Full Front View: There seems to be an overlay to this gown (which would be the white part). The underskirt looks like a light tan color.

Front View Close-up: You can see more how the bodice is constructed. There are two side fronts and a front. The side fronts are decorated with intricate embroidery, which also appears on the sleeves.

Closer View of Front: You can see a little more of the embroidery work here.


  1. I love this dress. I would make the neck line a little higher though, if I was going to wear it. :)

    I love these posts by the way!


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