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May 08, 2012

Baroque/Rococo Chinoiserie

The Regal Sim (aka Tyler) had requested some recolours of SussisSoGood's Baroque dress, so I did up a bunch -- 20 to be exact.
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It was extremely popular to use silks with a "chinese"-esque design to them so I attempted to add the chinoiserie element to this set of gowns. To follow (once I get the pictures done) will be 10 12 gowns in solid colours.
Download -- mesh not included so grab it from the link at the beginning of the post.
(That's the best I could do with the ruff Tyler. Hope it'll be okay!)

Updated 5-9-2012: Baroque/Rococo Solid Colours
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Download Solid Colours

6 comments:

Lama said...

OmG, the dresses and settings are formidable! Wawa, this post is stunning!

The Regal Sim said...

Lovely job, and these are baroque dresses, not so much rococo. I just love them so much :D <3 they will work great in my baroque 17th century balls :D awesome room to don't forget to do this dress with the Medici collar on it next ;) http://www.feenwald.de/en/kl_antik.php they are the ones under Spanish world fashion 1550-1610

BTW my real name is Louis my nick name is tyler ;)

Thanks wawa i owe you big time ;) more decor to come from me soon! :D

Wawa said...

LOL .... I changed the title of the post then! Baroque ... Rococo. Potayyyto .... Potahhhto! :) hehehe

Lorene Holderfield said...

WAAAAAAAA!!! :o What AMAZING 18th Century Dresses!!! <3 Yes. Yes, Edo must download these. ;) Thank you!

Lady Marmelade said...

Beautiful! So beautiful!!!!

StephSim said...

I love these REDUX Wawa! While I have too many natural curves myself to pull it off in reality, these dresses always have intrigued me as dollishly beautiful. So,the Self-Sim will give it a go! Thanks for sharing these stylishly chic recolours with the masses!