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Dark Gray Hooded Steampunk Corset Coat, Corset & Chemise Blouse

Added Oct 24, 2014

by Margaret Dan...

Sacramento, Unit...

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Description

Crisp cotton/polyester medium weight suiting fabric
Tapered bottom hem; 53 1/4" length at back
Front length 35"
Sleeve length 22"
Black satin lining
Front pockets
Button front
Hooded
Adjustable silk ribbon lacing at back
Women’s size small, but fits bust up to 36", (approx. size 8)
Looks very dashing over a corset and long dress or skirt
Listing includes only coat, (no other clothing or accessories pictured are included), but available in the following listings:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/208222591/navy-stripe-chemise-blouse-size-small-to

https://www.etsy.com/listing/208212038/steel-boned-reversible-gray-and-flocked

This product is for sale
By Margaret Daniero at Wolfinsheepsclothing

Material Notes

For Coat: Slate grey polyester blend suiting fabric with black satin lining. Buttons, grommets and satin ribbon. I modified Simplicity 2172 by adding a hood and using grommets in the back rather than loops for back lacing.

For Corset: Slate grey polyester suiting fabric, flocked taffeta fabric, steel boning, grommets, nylon cord. I used sewing pattern Butterick 5662.

For Chemise Blouse: Crisp navy striped polyester/cotton blend fabric. I used sewing pattern Butterick 4685.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Fall, Winter
For
Women
Garment Type
Coat/Capes
Style
Other, Steampunk, Victorian
Material
Cotton, Blends, Other, Polyester, Satin, Suiting, Taffeta

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    Oct 26, 2014, 03.47 PMby lauriana

    The whole outfit looks very impressive. I hope you’ll sell your items easily.

    About the corsets though, they don’t look like they provide any waist reduction. Obviously, they are very nice as they are, but part of me (the part that used to dabble in corsetry) is wondering how great these items would look with a bit of a cinch…

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      Nov 13, 2014, 01.58 PMby Margaret Daniero

      Actually, the corset pictured cinches up pretty tight and contains steel boning. Perhaps it does not appear that way in the photos as this corset was a bit big for me and there wasn’t a cinching opportunity.

      Thanks for looking:)

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