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The Anerly Overskirt
The Anerly overskirt is freeform in style meaning that it is not designed to be worn over a bustle. This overskirt is based on one from a fashion plate of 1879.It is named after a former district of London which, with the coming of the railway in 1839 developed from a common, notorious for highwaymen in to a fashionable victorian suburb. H.G. Wells lived there as a boy and also Walter De La Mare was resident here.
The Anerly overskirt is split at the front with side draping. It forms a pouf or bustling effect at the back. The overskirt is trimmed all round with ruching. Fastens at the front with hook and eyes.
Available in taffeta with taffeta ruche, polycotton with polycotton ruche or cotton velvet with taffeta ruche.
Example shown here is in polycotton.
Taffeta with taffeta ruche. £130.00
Polycotton with polycotton ruche. £120.00
Cotton velvet with taffeta ruche. £152.00
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