Montana S.

Guetermann- thread and notions
Pfaff- serger
Singer- Stylist sewing machine
Colonial needle- embroidery thread and needles

Pleated petticoats billow in this bewitching take on a Victorian-inspired gown. Complete with a hand-embroidered corset, this dress is crafted from a combination of tulle, broadcloth, organza, and matte satin. From scalloped skirts to wide-brimmed hat, this garment was hand-crafted to enchant.

The ball gown dress is self-patterned and constructed from matte satin with broadcloth details. The bodice is boned, lined, and laces up the back with a modesty panel. The overskirt is gathered with a scalloped hem. The hat is mainly matte satin, interfacing, and organza, with matte satin roses with a felt backing. The petticoats are a combination of broadcloth, scalloped and pleated, as well as tulle. I constructed a corset using canvas, matte satin, spiral steel boning, embroidery thread, and a steel busk. The undergarments are made from broadcloth with lace trimmings.