This is another option to wear the Tounure Ballgown. For evening wear, the bodice has longer sleeves and a different neckline. It was inspired by a dress shown in “Patterns of Fashion 2”, but with own ideas added and limited due to the fact that it was made of an old garment. The outfit consists of the bodice, a tablier, which means a small overskirt, and a long skirt. All of them have small green details made from leftover material of the Riding Habit. Both fabrics are made of cotton. It is worn over a chemise similar to the ones I made for the Rococo dresses, a bustle, an underskirt with flounces made of black cotton, and a corset. In addition, I wear my Victorian teardrop hat you can also see with the black tournure.