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“I wanted to let you know that the suit fits beautifully and I have gotten so many compliments on it. You really are incredible!”

~Victoria, Louisville, KY

“I got the wedding clothes on Saturday, and I have one word: exquisite. Your skill, the beautiful hand details, and above all your taste are impeccable. Thank you. I couldn't be happier.”

~Ainsley, Brooklyn, NY

“I received my corset and chemise today and I love them! I never thought a corset could be so comfortable. Thank you again for all the quality work that went into these pieces of clothing; you sure know your stuff.”

~Katie in Sykesville, Maryland

“I came home Saturday evening to find the package sitting in my lobby -- very quick! They're absolutely beautiful -- so well-made and such lovely fabric."

~Catherine in Manhattan


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Welcome to Lavender's Green Historic Clothing ... Your 19th-Century Dressmaker!

Kay Demlow has created hundreds of garments during her more than 20 years as a fashion historian and dressmaker with an emphasis on clothing from the American Revolution period to the end of World War II. Interviewed recently by AM Northwest in Portland, you can see Kay in action. Check out the video.

Lavender's Green creates authentic reproduction clothing and accessories for various vintage styles from 1776 to 1945. We can costume for events that include Colonial, Regency, Victorian, Civil War, Pioneer, Old West, Gold Rush, Arts and Crafts, Edwardian, early Automobile, Roaring Twenties, the Depression, and World War II.

Kay & Suzannah in Albany

We offer a printed catalog of basic styles which you can order in your choice of fabrics. Or, we will be happy to custom design something to your specifications.

Our historic fashions are inspired by solid research and a genuine appreciation for the art of clothing. We pride ourselves in putting great thought, care, and experience into everything we do.

Watch our newest videos:
"How to Measure Yourself for Historic Replica Clothing"
"How to Wear a Corset"!


See examples of our styles and products.