Guinevere's Dream Costume - Accolade Style
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A style based on the Victorian painting "The Accolade" by Edmund Blair Leighton. 

The gown featured in the painting is a Victorian fantasy medieval style derived from a misinterpretation of an actual 12th century dress style where a bodice or wide belt was used to fit a loose fitting gown to the figure.

However, this style has a fitted bodice with the attached skirt gathered in to the "V" fronted waist line.  This style can be made with a wide range of different sleeve types, belts and arm bands or even ribbon lacing at the forearms.

This style laces at the back.

Accolade 1
Fabrics used: Crepe and narrow gold braid

Accolade 2
Fabrics used: Crepe with a embroidered and pearled organza overlay

Accolade 3
Fabrics used: Chiffon, Satin and a narrow Gold Braid

Accolade 4
Fabrics used: Medium weight Silk, Taffeta and narrow ribbon

Accolade 5
Fabrics used: Brocade, Medium weight Silk and Organza

Accolade 5

Accolade 6
Fabrics used: Taffeta and a patterned Satin

Accolade 6

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