Victorian Christmas Tea 2018

Back to costumes! We’re finally at the Christmas season!

These photos are from Caroline’s Victorian Christmas tea. I love her parties! Victorian is a huge hole in my wardrobe, so I rewore my 1840s plaid gown, but that’s ok because I like this dress. (I have since bought a couple Victorian gowns on a FB buy/sell group so I’m hoping to mix it up more in the future. Just don’t have much sewing time right now.)

Anyhoo, it was a fun party, here are photos!

(Mike and Gloria of In the Long Run Designs were experimenting with a new lens and I was happy with how these turned out. I also asked them to try and get a shot of my antique Victorian star comb. My earrings and necklaces are classic Dames a la Mode.

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Glynnis had the most amazing 1830s hair!

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Our host, Caroline, had a gorgeous 1890s gown.

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Meanwhile at home:

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Back at the party:

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American Duchess boots and stockings!

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Shenanigans:

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