The dress is a walking ad for Truly Victorian, although I heavily modified the bodice pattern so that it barely resembles the original. This was mainly due to yardage constraints. I had two yards and the pattern called for four! I also had some fitting issues (darn bust to waist ratio!) that I should have taken care of earlier because the TV patterns have a special sizing system that allows you to take that into account. However, my ingenious betrothed suggested I do a stomacher front. Ta-da! Problem solved! The stomacher is sewn to one side of the bodice and pins shut on the other. Skirt and bustle underneath are also TV patterns. I got a lot of "Great bustle!" and "Can I take a picture of the side/back?". But I want an even BIGGER bustle now! Although I think with a fuller and longer skirt in the future, I can have an even larger look.
Not too many "just dress" pictures to show you all the aspects of the dress, but I hope you can get a good idea from these!
ETA: Here's a few more! From "Mr. Muggles"
(Bleh, my skirt is getting smushed by a bush! Ignore that! :P)
Photo from M. Jennings