After scouring the web for a pattern similar to the green & gold Ever After gown worn by Anjelica Huston at the royal ball near the end of the film, I finally ran across McCall’s 3053. This is strangely marketed as a bridal gown, but pattern option C looks almost identical to the gown, with the exception of a full train in back instead of the two separate draped pieces hanging down the back off each shoulder. I don’t have enough purple velvet to make the train, so I’ll either omit it entirely or figure out a way to make the separate drapes.
Ever After gown:
I originally wanted the purple velvet to go with the blue dupioni, but it turns out this pattern takes about 6 yards of dupioni and I only have 3 in the blue. The only dupioni I have enough of is the gold, so it will be a purple and gold gown instead, which is a more traditional color pairing anyways.
Purple velvet & gold dupioni:
Ok, off to buy the pattern! But first, here’s a fuzzy screenshot of Anjelica Huston wearing the gown: