Saturday, January 16, 2016

Lea in Felicity & Elizabeth's Outfits - 1774

Lea in Felicity & Elizabeth's Outfits

Felicity's Meet Outfit

Felicity's Laced Jacket & Petticoat

Felicity's Christmas Gown & Stomacher

Felicity's Spring Gown with Pinner Apron

Felicity's Summer Outfit

Felicity's Cardinal Cloak

Felicity's Riding Breeches & Hat

Felicity's Work Gown

Felicity's Riding Habit & Hat

Felicity's Traveling Gown/Felicity's 2nd Meet Outfit

Felicity's Town Fair Outfit

Felicity's Tea Lesson Gown

Felicity's Gala Gown

Elizabeth's Meet Outfit

Elizabeth's Tea Lesson Gown

Elizabeth's Holiday Gown

Elizabeth's Quilted Cloak

Elizabeth's Summer Outfit

Elizabeth's Riding Outfit

13 comments:

  1. Lea looks so elegant in these clothes! I thought she looked especially well in Felicity's Rose Garden dress, Spring gown, and Elizabeth's meet outfit.

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    1. I actually really liked how she could pull off the riding breeches as well! :D

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  2. Lea looks beautiful in Felicity's clothes!!

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    1. I think so as well! The side part doesn't both me since her mob cap usually covers it. ^_^

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  3. Brazil in 1774 = Colony of the Kingdom of Portugal

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    1. For those who read the comments, Sarah is mentioning the history of Brazil at this particular point in time.

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  4. While I was looking through these, I kept thinking how much she looks like Elizabeth from Pirates of the Caribbean. Especially in these clothes.

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  5. I like her in these outfits!Not as much as I liked Maryellen in them but I like her in the work outfit!The work outfit is my favorite Felicity outfit along with her spring gown!

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    1. To be honest, I don't think either of them are a good fit for this time period, just because Lea has a side part and Maryellen has bangs, but that doesn't mean people can't pretend with them still! ^_^

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  6. She looks like Little Red Riding Hood in the Cardinal Cloak:)Speaking of fairy tales you should do a photostory of that. (Read Little Red Riding Hood's Guide to Royalty for more info on the tale.)

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    1. That would be fun! I love making the L&L theater episodes! :)

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