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Sew Over It Betty Dress sewing pattern. Inspired by Mad Men's Betty Draper the Betty dress is 1950's in style with a fitted bodice and full circle skirt. Worn with or without a petticoat it makes the perfect party dress. Get the sewing pattern here: http://sewoverit.co.uk/product/betty-dress-sewing-pattern/

Sew Over It Betty Dress sewing pattern. Inspired by Mad Men's Betty Draper the Betty dress is 1950's in style with a fitted bodice and full circle skirt. Worn with or without a petticoat it makes the perfect party dress. Get the sewing pattern here: http://sewoverit.co.uk/product/betty-dress-sewing-pattern/

Orla Kiely: Walnut, solid and veneer mini larder. With pebble stem leaf melamine and lacquered panels. Deep storage cupboards and door glass racks with pull out worktop covered in hardwearing melamine with stem pattern. Fully assembled.         For more information please contact our Covent Garden store directly.

Orla Kiely: Walnut, solid and veneer mini larder. With pebble stem leaf melamine and lacquered panels. Deep storage cupboards and door glass racks with pull out worktop covered in hardwearing melamine with stem pattern. Fully assembled. For more information please contact our Covent Garden store directly.

In the 1770s and 1780s printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. The material of this gown has a dotted ground and is printed in a repeating pattern of floral sprays. The gown has a fitted back and open front below the waist, revealing a petticoat of the same fabric. The lack of decoration and use of cotton instead of silk indicates that this gown was probably worn during summer afternoons for card games and tea parties, rather than for evening dress.

In the 1770s and 1780s printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. The material of this gown has a dotted ground and is printed in a repeating pattern of floral sprays. The gown has a fitted back and open front below the waist, revealing a petticoat of the same fabric. The lack of decoration and use of cotton instead of silk indicates that this gown was probably worn during summer afternoons for card games and tea parties, rather than for evening dress.

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