I had the evening to myself...
So I played dress-up!
[looking over these pictures, my time would perhaps have been better spent making use of the iron!]
The first piece of real person clothing I ever sewed was a Renaissance-style dress, made for the part of Audrey, the "country wench," in Shakespeare's As You Like It. After that, I fell in love with costumes, and found several ways to reuse my lace-up overdress pattern in different forms.
The chemise I wore this evening was made for my foray into 1600's style for a part in Moliere's The School for Husbands. That costume was a bit more complex, with a bum roll and steel-enforced corset.
I don't plan to wear this outfit to work tomorrow, but it was a nice way to spend an evening!