Colonial Ball Gown with Cap and Bloomers fits American Girl Doll Felicity

Colonial Ball Gown with Cap and Bloomers fits American Girl Doll Felicity

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Brocade, Satin, Ribbon, Lace, Cotton, Faux Pearls, Velcro, Elastic


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A Colonial Ball gown for the Holidays. The ensemble includes the bodice, skirt (called a petticoat in colonial times), a pinner cap, and bloomers.

The bodice is made from a federal blue with gold threads brocade. The stomacher is made from gold satin and is trimmed with ribbon and pearls. The bodice and sleeves are trimmed with lace and gold braid. The bodice is fully lined and closes in back with velcro.

The skirt (petticoat) is made from the same materials and trimmings as the bodice. The skirt is fully lined and closes in the back with velcro.

The pinner cap is made from the brocade and satin and pins to the hair with the sewn in ribbon and bobby pins (included). It is trimmed with lace, ribbon and a pearl.

The bloomers are made from a blue and gold print cotton (the same cotton lining the bodice and skirt) and is trimmed with ribbon and lace. They have elastic in the waist.

The doll and shoes are NOT included


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