There was lots of love for last week’s green & buff linen and lace 1900’s ensemble, with the only caveats coming because of too-unique trim. That tiny imperfection brought the rating down to a respectable but not perfect 7.9 out of 10.
This week I’m sticking with the super distinctive trim theme, to find out how far I can push that envelope. The period and colour scheme is totally different though. Late Regency. Yellow and black. Not usually your favourites! Have I pushed too far?
The really noteworthy thing about this dress is the trim: the stylized leaves and lacing on the bodice, the cord twisting through the leaves at the hem. It’s quite something.
What do you think? Too crazy and distinctive, or a wonderfully unique frock, sure to stand out in a crowd in the right way?
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