belle wedding dress

  • Emma: Wait… didn’t we invite Belle to the wedding?
  • Snow:
  • Charming:
  • Hook:
  • Regina:
  • Emma: Come to think of it, shouldn’t we be worried for her and her son since her husband just tried to cast another curse?
  • Snow:
  • Charming:
  • Hook:
  • Regina:
  • Emma: We should check on her.
  • Snow: Yes, we should.
  • Emma: Right after this musical number.

okay, so I found this dress on pinterest & I think it is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS. I want to keep a tab on it for the future because it is basically my dream dress… DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS DRESS?! LIKE WHO IS THE DESIGNER???? I haven’t been able to find anything

message me?! REBLOG … hopefully someone will know…

Who else agrees to say that Belle’s wedding dress wasn’t enough. 

Details of a Victorian dress, 1871.

    This dress belonged to Sarah Belle Fulton Tootle, and according to family legend, she wore it as her “going away” dress - the dress she wore to depart on her honeymoon - on her wedding day in September 1871. 

    The dress is made from a light-weight cream colored wool.The style is perfectly up-to-the-minute, as Harpers Bazaar of winter, 1871 was showing belled sleeves becoming fashionable again. 

    The sleeves are hemmed inside with a band of satin ruffles to help the sleeve keep its full shape. 

    The dress is machine sewn, unlined, and the bodice closes in the front via concealed hooks. 

The faux buttons down the front are covered with crochet.

    A clothing historian who examined this gown noted the slight variation in shade of the fabric and speculated that it may have been remade from a dress dating from about a decade earlier.

    This dress is currently on display in the Ross County Historical Society of Chillicothe, Ohio.