DORINE, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

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DORINE, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

This 18th-century historical outfit faithfully reproduces one of the most popular costume designs in Western Europe and America around 1760-1770. Perfect for all your historical reenactments, this 3-piece Outlander-inspired outfit will allow you to immerse yourself, like Claire Fraser, in the fascinating world of the 18th-century!

Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

SHOP DORINE 18TH-CENTURY OUTFIT IN STEEL BLUE LINEN


The DORINE 18th-century outfit consists of a lace-up bodice, a stomacher (2 color options), and an 18th-century petticoat. You can match the DORINE bodice with any petticoat from the HELOISE collection.

Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen


|| COLORS AND MATERIALS ||

  • Bodice: medium weight steel blue prewashed linen (205gr/m)
  • Petticoat: medium weight (205gr/m) prewashed linen, steel blue color
  • Stomacher: steel blue or night blue linen
  • Bodice lining: beige cotton

Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

|| DESIGN FEATURES ||

Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

  • Metal eyelets on both sides of the front opening for a perfect fit
  • Pre-shaped elbow sleeves
  • Synthetic boning on back seam and both sides of the front opening
  • Boned & quilted stomacher
  • 18th-century style pleated skirt made of two linen panels sewn on the sides, 37.5 inches (95 cm) long

Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

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Dorine, an Outlander-Inspired 18th-Century Costume in Steel Blue Linen

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Atelier Serraspina - 18th Century Fashion - Caroline Koriche
Born in France, I settled in the early '90s in a small village in the Catalan Pyrenees. There, I learned to sew, and made sewing a passion. Little by little, I trained in this field, combining my work with another lifelong passion: history!

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