erzsebeta: (mid 1800s riding habits)
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It seems I accidentally created a riding habit. Not complaining about that, just a bit surprised.

The basque, aka the Jacket of Doom, is finally finished. The center-back box pleat has a tendency to splay open and stick up like the tail-fins on a '59 Cadillac, but as long as the points are symmetrical I'm not going to waste any more energy on it.

The skirt still needs knife pleats at the hem, both to dress it up a bit and cover the gap between the hem and the floor. Problem is, that gap only exists in the front and sides. The back touches the ground, even with the bustle.
Would it look weird if the back pleats dragged?

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