WIP Odin Sphere's Gwendolyn wing by Lockheart18 on DeviantArt
Hi, everyone! This is my little WIP-tutorial-wannabe of the wing of Gwendolyn from Odin Sphere! I'm a huge fan of Odin Sphere for quite a time now,but I... WIP Odin Sphere's Gwendolyn wing
POLONAISE A hint of nationalism didn’t stop Marie Antoinette (1755–1793) from adopting it as an informal costume over in France. Vive le Polonaise! Here's Kirsten in the 2006 film version in the style
Rate the Dress: Velvet & Roses in the late 1880s - The Dreamstress
Usually I think it is silly to like or dislike a Rate the Dress based on how it would look on you, but I found I could only like last week’s very decollate 1810s frock if I imagined it worn by my early 19th century twin, both in body and temperament. Even when I’m not very skinny I have a very wide, bony clavicle and chest, so that even the most daringly low cut neckline looks respectable until it begins to show my navel. And I’m so innately prim and prudish and flat out innocent (usually)…
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Dress, possibly American, ca. 1866-68. Four pieces: 2 bodices, skirt, and belt. Magenta silk satin with black silk satin & black cotton lace. Trimmed in the fashionable apron style, skirt has 9 tapered pieces at front & sides and one straight length at back, with deep pleating at back waist that flows into full train. Shown here is the high-necked bodice for formal daytime wear. It also has lower-cut evening bodice. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Alternative and Period Inspired Wedding Dresses
Corseted 16th century period costume from one of the UK's major designers of alternative couture bridal gowns, influenced by art, theatre, period costume and historical dress. A variety of wedding dress styles, from medieval and 16th century to totally exclusive contemporary visions.
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Frances Cleveland’s Skirt and Bodices
The original floral chine skirt and peach velvet bodice were probably made around 1895 by the House of Doucet of Paris. The floral bodice was created later from fabric taken out of the skirt. Baltimore dressmaker Lottie M. Barton made the green velvet bodice.
Historical costuming and vintage sewing projects, with dress diaries and research on period dress from the 16th to the 20th century.