... Well, I do have *somethng* there, but I was meaning the dresses flatten me a bit more. Slender neck and shoulders I can do though! (I call themMessage 1 of 39 , Apr 30, 2001View Source
>Try the burgundian look also if you are sort of pre-pubescentWell, I do have *somethng* there, but I was meaning the dresses flatten me a bit more. Slender neck and shoulders I can do though! (I call them 'victorian', mum calls them bad posture!)
>looking, they are quite flattering. (even more so if you have a
>slender neck and dainty-ish shoulders).
>Actually, the burgundian dress looks great on big woman with hips &Yeah come to think fo it burgundian would look good on a wide variety of figures (by the way I love that green burgundian dress, was that Meghan's?). Larger women look great in them. However at the moment I feel like showing off my slender waist and hips!
>bellies. I think the only figure it might not look good on is the
>big-giant-bust-and-no-butt type of figure, but I haven't seen that so
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... There s an article in Kass s files which a lady in our barony who is pretty good at Burgundian says is good. I think the file is called Burgundian, andMessage 39 of 39 , May 6, 2001View Source
> --- In SCA-Garb@y..., ianalise@h... wrote:There's an article in Kass's files which a lady in our barony who is pretty
> > Actually, what i was wondering is this: you refer to the Burgundian-
> > styled gown several times, and although odds are good i've seen the
> > style in question, i'm drawing a blank when it comes to connecting
> > the name with the image. Anyone post a link and/or description to
> > clarify, perhaps?
> I don't know of any online resources..I'm sure they are there, I
> just don't know them.
good at Burgundian says is good. I think the file is called Burgundian, and
it's a .pdf file.