Regency Soiree of 1810


Recently I was so fortunate as to be invited to a Regency style soiree hosted by my friends Jeff and Jennifer Rosbrugh. This was a serious dress-in-costume and role-playing dinner with the Historical Citizens Society that they are a part of. I went as the Marchioness of Warrow – a character some of you may be familiar with if you have read In the Arms of Mr. Darcy – and was able to wear my gorgeous gown again! It was terrific fun.

Today I wrote about my experience, in character, for Austen Authors. Come on over to read about my evening in Baker’s Town at the estate of Lord and Lady Averton and peruse the paintings that were rendered. Here is one to set the mood. 

Regency Soiree of 1810 at Austen Authors

2 Comments for Regency Soiree of 1810

  1. Dear Sharon,

    what an amazing and exciting night!
    I had tremendous fun reading it all and looking at the paintings.
    It is really amazing what is happening in your life.
    Your gown is beautiful; you are a perfect Marchioness of Warrow!

    Lots of love,

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