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The Victorian Era


French Fan Skirt and Tail Bodice
in royal blue taffeta, blue/silver brocade.
Skirt has puff trim with 192 handsewn vintage rhinestones.
From "Truly Victorian" patterns

 

For creation of this costume, see my blog "Repleating History"


Bronze and Burgundy Polonaise and skirt
trimmed with velvet covered buttons, knife pleats and ball fringe. Satin dickie with hand applied vintage lace, tuxedo collar and cuffs, and more self-covered buttons. From Ageless Patterns "1876 Slate Grey Serge Dress"

For creation of this costume, see my blog
"Repleating History"

 

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Peacock Blue Renaissance Couple costumes 2010
For creation of this costume, see my blog
"Repleating History"

shoes n bloomers
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Misc Victorian Pieces


Striped semi-hobble skirt with tiered ruffles down the back, made for over a bustle. Matching hat with vintage crow wing and rhinestone brooch. Repurposed velvet jacket and store-bought white lace jabot paired with vintage black glass and rhinestone rose cameo. No patterns used.

Vintage dress from 1970's respurposed into edwardian tea dress and a vintage 1950's mens vest pattern using a heavy green silk and green brocade with deep brick red and bronze buttons.
 
 

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Twilight Attire is an independent design company in the Milwaukee area.  Twilight Attire creates corsetry, Victorian and Renaissance costumes, Neo-Victorian and Steampunk outfits, Alternative or Gothic club-wear.  TwilightAttire.com also highlights the artistic works of the company’s creator, Laura Meyer, including paintings, sculptures, photography and multi-media designs.  Information can also be found about past events Twilight Attire hosted or participated in, as well as a page full of articles about how to make corsets, where to find good corsets online and a bibliography of sources for more corset and corsetry information, including information on Dita Von Teese, the longstanding Vollers Corset Company, Mr. Pearl, tightlacing, couture corsetry and how the corset translates into modern fashion for designers and fashionistas.

 

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