Last week I attended The Old Globe's annual fashion show fundraiser. On display before the fashion show were some beautiful costumes from past productions. I took pictures of the gorgeous outfits to share with you. Enjoy!
This dress is from the The Old Globe's production of The Madness of King George. It was worn by the actress playing Queen Charlotte and is late Georgian era.
This Georgian suit is from The Old Globe production of Two Gentlemen from Verona.
Here is a closer photo of the lace cuff.
Looking for a stunning ball gown with a hint of history? Then check out this one from Twelfth Night. The sign for it (pictured below) says it is Modern/Elizabethan" inspired.
If late Edwardian is more your style, then you will love this 1919 inspired dress from the production Much A Do About Nothing. I love the purple color.
I hope you enjoyed this peek at some of The Old Globe's stunning costumes. If you like historic clothing then check out my books at www.Georgie-Lee.com. There are lots of pretty dresses in them.