Vintage Style Satin Robe

I started dabbling in lingerie over the weekend.  Ooh la la!  I’ve made foundation garments for brides and basic robes and pajamas in the past, but I’ve never made a silky lacy number like this one.  Fancy.

satin robe vintage style 1930s

I love the long, lacy sleeves – glamorous, no?  I look forward to being one major femme fatale on our honeymoon.

satin robe vintage style 1930s

carine gibson venise silk robeI was inspired by this lovely Carine Gilson robe.  So pretty right?  Unfortunately I can’t afford the hefty $1,335 price tag.  So I made mine for $20.  Wha-what?  That’s right.  $20.  *High Five*

p.s. Don’t forget to vote for me in the Ruffled DIY wedding contest!  Click here and say you’re voting for entry #9 in the comments!

**Update: VOTING HAS CLOSED – Thanks for your votes!**

DOUBLE UPDATE: I really appreciate that so many of you love this robe so much and are willing to pay me for your very own. Unfortunately I don’t feel that it’s right to sell a knock-off version of someone else’s work. I hope you understand ’cause I love you all so much and I want you to be happpyyyy. xoxo

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9 responses to “Vintage Style Satin Robe

  1. Elaine

    I found your blog through 30-something bride. That robe is gorgeous! Is it from a pattern or did you design it yourself?

  2. Your robe is beautiful! I know you’re getting prepared for your wedding, but are you going to be making these for sale when you return from your honeymoon? If so, sign me up. I will definitely buy one.

    Congrats to you and your intended!

  3. vsheaffer

    Hi ladies! Thanks for your sweet words!

    Elaine, I sort of used McCall’s 5248, but made some major changes.

    Kalyn, I’ve got some big plans brewing for the coming year, and I have been toying with a bridal lingerie collection. I’ll add you to my mailing list and you’ll be one of the first to know!

    xoxo

    • Amanda

      Nothing like commenting 3 years after the original post…

      Have you goven more thought to bridal lingerie? I’m on the hunt for a gorgeous silk/satin robe trimmed in silk, but I’m either finding them in the cheap tacky range or $1,000+ price range.
      Would you consider making one?

  4. nicole

    hi i in loooovvve with this robe…. can i buy one? or even 4!!??

  5. Jodi Miller

    How much would you charge to make one for someone else? Please email me with a quote!

  6. amie

    Omg this is beautiful!!! Are you selling any???

  7. Kristin nelson

    I would like to buy one as well. I love the carine gilson but I can’t bring myself to pay that much for a robe. Email me at chenzira_love@hotmail.com. Thanks

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