So, every senior is required to take a Christian Lifestyles class at my school that culminates in a project where we plan our own weddings. It's strange, but fun. Anyway, I found a pretty dress from David's Bridal and settled for that, but then I thought... nah. I'll make mine! The wedding itself isn't going to be Regency, but the Regency silhouette is classic enough that it can really be applied to any occasion (example: my prom dress had a very Regency-like empire waist). The original dress that I found was so gorgeous that I simply had to share it with you.
The most gorgeous thing that you've ever seen in your entire life, right? It is exquisite. I don't even know where to begin.
Since the picture lacks a full-length view, I decided to extrapolate a little for that. I looked through some fashion plates and decided to do this kind of skirt treatment:
I love the look of a shorter overlay fabric and an underlayer with a train. It's adorable, no? The fabrics I'm going to use are this amazing silk organdy:
And this gold silk taffeta:
Now I'm really tempted to make this dress! I'll save it for my wedding, though. That's all!