Knee-length pleated skirt from striped silk and white cotton fitted bodice with silk waist belt.

Tonner Antoinette outfit inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 1

When I first time saw Alberta Ferretti Spring 2014 collection, I immediately fell in love! Actually, I started following her after this collection.

And I had a dream to sew something similar for my own dolls. Dreams come true, I found a piece of silk that suits for the collection. It took a lot of time to prepare for sewing, sew the collection and especially take pictures of the entire collection but finally I’m do happy with it!

Today I would like to show my first outfit from this collection.

This Tonner Antoinette outfit consists of a knee-length pleated skirt from striped silk and fitted white cotton bodice with striped silk “belt” on waist.
Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti 01a Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti 01b

The bodice is fully linen and has a snap closure at the back.
Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti 01d

Outfit close up:
Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti 01e details Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti 01f details

I hope you have already noticed another dress in the pictures. I’ll post about it next time. Stay tuned! :)

2 thoughts on “Tonner Antoinette outfit inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 1

  • Very pretty. I love silk but it’s such a pain to sew, all that slipping about. But the finished results are lovely.

    • Thank you, Sharon.

      Sometimes sewing the silk fabric is easier than others. I was completely exhausted by the floral fabric!

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