Tonner Jonquil in outfit, inspired by Alberta Ferretti

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.

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The bodice is fully linen and has a snap closure at the back.

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Outfit close up:

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

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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