This stunning Victorian suit would be equally appropriate when visiting for tea or attending a Steampunk convention. Made up in twill and taffeta, this will be your favorite new outfit. The beautifully-detailed fitted jacket features a square neckline in front and back, and is trimmed out with ruffled black striped organza. Black grosgrain ribbon outlines the center front, neckline, cuff and back tail. The elaborate peplum curves from the front to the back, ending in a lovely van dyke effect at the back accented by black grosgrain ribbon and finished with lots of the same lovely silver buttons that close the bodice front. More buttons finish off the detail at the cuffs. 3/4 length sleeves. Truly beautiful! The skirt features a comfortable elastic waist, and a front panel made up in matching twill with diagonal black lace trim. The back of the skirt is black taffeta which is pleated and shirred lots of back interest with no bustle required. A lace and twill ruffle finishes the hem. Cotton twill and acetate taffeta. Dry clean. Alicia finishes the look with boots, petticoat, and jewelry - all are priced separately. Proudly made in America by Recollections.
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Q: can the skirt accommodate a small bustle pad?
A: No, the skirt is narrow. The pad could be worn over the skirt and under the jacket.
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