Well... thank you again, that is even sweeter But let's don't forget the photographer who's done a great job (the light, the shot, the pause...). I'm currently working on new dresses and hope I'll have beautiful pictures made by him or someone as talented.
Certainly, I always take the time to credit the photographer, makeup artist, and designer that I work with; they are an integral part of the process. But you are the focal point and the head piece to the art, and you portray it brilliantly, all the artistry of the other collaborators is for naught if their muse is less than brilliant.
Thank you. A friend of mind came with me to find the fabric and we saw that silk that was perfect for this period.
I can't say I find it "rustic" but we mostly tried to find something the closest to silk fabric from these pediod and authentic 18th century gown we have seen I also followed a 18th century pattern and sewing technics so the modernity is more in the hair-do and make-up (fun rather than historically accurate ^^) and of course, in the way this fabric was made (it's thinner than authentic silk I have touched :/)