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Wedding Dress: ca. 1779-1780, Norwegian, hand-woven silk satin, glazed linen, cotton, silk trimmings, baleen boning, hand-stitching.

Wedding Dress: ca. 1779-1780, Norwegian, hand-woven silk satin, glazed linen, cotton, silk trimmings, baleen boning, hand-stitching.

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

I have planned for a long time, how I would present the methods we all use to deal with the scale of the show. We started prepping everything a year before shooting. You have to have almost a mass manufacturing approach. One of the big things we needed to deal with was trims. French 18th century gowns were awash in trim. - TERRY DRESBACH, COSTUME DESIGNER FOR OUTLANDER

I have planned for a long time, how I would present the methods we all use to deal with the scale of the show. We started prepping everything a year before shooting. You have to have almost a mass manufacturing approach. One of the big things we needed to deal with was trims. French 18th century gowns were awash in trim. - TERRY DRESBACH, COSTUME DESIGNER FOR OUTLANDER

Robe à l'anglaise | ca. 1780 | Colonial Williamsburg This dress is cotton with silk embroidery - which just goes to show how spectacular an “average” material can become.

Robe à l'anglaise | ca. 1780 | Colonial Williamsburg This dress is cotton with silk embroidery - which just goes to show how spectacular an “average” material can become.

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