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The 1880's Lyceum Overskirt
Named after the Lyceum Theatre, London, England. Which was once managed by Bram Stoker who wrote the novel 'Dracula'. Home to the great actors and friends Henry Irving and Ellen Terry. The Lyceum Overskirt is evocative of a journey through the gas lit streets of Victorian London, to the heady dreams of bright light and gaiety, which was the theatre. Pictured worn over a bustle petticoat (not included) Bustle petticoat can be found HERE
The Lyceum Overskirt
This is worn over the skirt. It is aproned at the front and trimmed with taffeta fork pleating. At the back is a swag on each side which ripples down framing the bustle of the skirt and decorated with taffeta pleats. On each side is a sash which hangs down tipped with taffeta fork pleating. Available in taffeta only.Custom fabrics on request. Pictured worn over a bustle petticoat (not included) Bustle petticoat can be found HERE
Example shown here is in taffeta.
Taffeta with taffeta pleat trim £130.00
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