Sense and Sensibility Patterns
~ A website with lovely, historic inspired patterns
Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion
~ Slightly out of date, but good resources for building a Regency wardrobe
Katherine's Dress Site
~ Amazing garment recreations from many different eras
The Costume College
~ Someday I would love to be able to attend this event. Take a look at some classes that have been offered in the past.
~ An excellent source for high quality period cotton prints
~ Beautiful, beautiful hats! Many different era's available.
The Great Pattern Review
~ This pattern review site is very helpful.
Bustle Era Hairstyles
~Hairstyle info for the 1880's
~ If you're ever invited to a masquerade, go here for inspiration.
Regency Bonnet Tutorial
~ A free tutorial by Jennie Chancey, creator of Sense and Sensibility Patterns
~ Here is where I buy all my corset supplies, I love their company.
Jane Austen Magazine
~ Here are articles and information related to the Regency era.
~ If you have a Facebook, you will understand the hilarity of this re-telling of Pride and Prejudice.
In Timely Fashion
~ This site has some good how-to articles on hair styling.
~ More Regency information, if you're as obsessed as I am.
Wisconsin Historical Society Paper Dolls
~ Caddie Woodlawn paper dolls from the Wisconsin Historical Society
Wisconsin Historical Society Clothing Collections
~ A beautiful collection of original children's clothing.
~ Here is a Danish museum with an incredible collection, I have only browsed the Regency collection, but I'm sure the others are also interesting.
~ Here's a site with vintage clothing for sale, it is great inspiration
Your Wardrobe Unlocked
~ This is a new resource for costumers, it’s expensive to sign up, but there is some free stuff available.