Onderkleding

The following categories include chemises, shifts, bloomers, hoopskirts and more toe create the period correct silhouette.

 
Baroque
Shift

This shift, or underdress, was worn in the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The shift is made out of cotton or linnen and has a drawstring neckline and short sleeves.

 

The reason ladies wore a shift underneath their stays, was because a shift could be washed an stays could not because of the boning. It helped the body stay dry, protected the skin and gave extra warmth when neccesary.

 

Price : € 75,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics or lace engeagants (undersleeves) )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Loose Pockets

In the 18th century bags as we know them today were not worn. Instead ladies wore loose pockets tied around their waist in which they carried their valuables. These pockets are tied underneath the panier and petticoat, both of which have slits so you can reach your pockets

 

Price : € 45,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Pocket Panier

These pocket paniers are smaller then a full panier and suited for outfits for later in the period or for practical reasons (think picknicks and visits to the opera). The pocket paniers have vertical and horizontal boning and are tied around the waist with a ribbon. If you are planning to go dancing in these pocket paniers, do let me know as I will add extra ribbons to tie in front so the pocket paniers stay in place.

 

Price : € 195,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Panier

This hoopskirt, a panier, gave the 18th century it's famous silhouete. Instead of being round, the front and the back are flat and extend to the sides to emphasize the hips. The panier has 3 hoops and 2 half hoops over the hips. The panier has slits so you can reach your pockets, if you wear them. The slits correspond with the petticoat worn over a panier, which can be found on my Baroque page.

 

Price : € 195,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Luxe Panier

This Luxe panier is a bigger version of the panier. It has an extra hoop and a boxpleated ruche at the hemline. This panier is especially suited for courtwear.

 

Price : € 225,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

 

Regency

Shift

This shift, or underdress, was worn in the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The shift is made out of cotton or linnen and has a drawstring neckline and short sleeves.

 

The reason ladies wore a shift underneath their stays, was because a shift could be washed an stays could not because of the boning. It helped the body stay dry, protected the skin and gave extra warmth when neccesary.

 

Price : € 75,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Short Stays

These short stays were worn in the Regency period as a suporting garment was neccesary to acomodate the high waistline. Call it the first wonderbra with boning and gussets. The bosum is both lifted  and high enough for the Regency waistline.

 

Price : € 125,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

 

Victorian

Chemise

Bustlepad

This chemise, or underdress, was worn underneath the corsest to protect both the corsets and your skin. A chemise could be washed, unlike a corset.This chemise can be worn off-shoulder which makes it perfect for ball gowns, who were often off-shoulder.

 

Price : € 75,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics  )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Bustle pad

This bustle pas is tied around the waist, over your corset and under your pettiecoat. It can be worn in combination with a round, elliptical or bustle hoopskirt.

 

Price : € 25,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Crinoline

This wirecage hoopskirt, also known as a crinoline, was worn in the middle period of the Victorian era. The shape of this hoopskirt is elliptical and is typical for the transition period between round hoopskirts and bustle hoopskirts. An ideal hoopskirt for skirts with trains. Made of sturdy cotton, boning tape, metal boning and can carry heavy skirts.

 

Price : € 225,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Pettiecoat

This pettiecoat can be worn over a round or elliptical hoopskirt. A petticoat is neccesary for the proper silhouete and skirt volume. Also a pettiecoat can be washed, while many skirts cannot because of their embellishments.

 

Price : € 125,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabric )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Chemise and Bloomers

This set consists of a chemise and bloomers. The chemise has a v-neck with lace ruffles and bow and can be worn on or off-shoulder. The chemise reaches below the knees and is wide.  The bloomers are also wide and close with drawstrings under the knees. The bloomes are also embellished with lace  and can have a closed or, period correct, open crotch. 

 

Set price : € 145,00

Chemise : € 75,00

Bloomers: € 75,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Bustle Hoopskirt

This Bustle hoopskirt is worn underneathskirt from the Early and Late Bustle period of the Victorian era. It gives the typical bustle silhouette which emphasizes the backside. The hoopskirt has 1 round hoop at the hem and half round hoops at the back. The hem is embellished with a ruche to soften the hemline of the skirt. 

 

Startingprice price : € 195,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

Bustle Hoopskirt Pettiecoat

This is the pettiecoat worn over the Bustle hoopskirt, this gives your skirt volume and protects both your skirt and hoopskirt. The pettiecoat can easily be washed, while the hoopskirt and skirt would need to be hand washed or dry cleaned. The pettiecoat has a ruche at the hem, to give the hemline of you skirt a softer line.

 

Starting price : € 145,00

(in white linnen or cotton, a surcharge will be added  for other fabrics )

 

For questions and ordering, please see my contactpage.

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Scheerderhof 40 5709 GM Helmond
The Netherlands

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