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Edwardian Fashion

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Rosalind Lutece - The BioShock Wiki - BioShock, BioShock 2 ...I just find this an interesting costume study

“When I was a girl, I dreamt of standing in a room looking at a girl who was and was not myself, who stood looking at another girl, who also was and was not myself. My mother took this for a nightmare. I saw it as the beginning of a career in physics.” ― Rosalind Lutece[src] Rosalind Lutece is a quantum physicist in BioShock Infinite, who wrote books about scientific studies on alternate universes. She and her "twin brother" Robert guide Booker DeWitt through his adventures in Columbia to…

Getting an (almost) historical look the easier way – or: how to cheat to most effect | Atelier Nostalgia

A question which seems to pop-up a lot with historical costuming is ‘Where do I begin?’. The proper answer to this question is to 1. pick a time period, and 2. start with the underwear.…

Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus - Sew Historically

Neckwear was an important accessory in the Edwardian era. Jabots, collars, ties and scarfs lend variety to the severe shirtwaist, add a splash of color to dark wool dresses and help to keep the dress clean. Collars were usually detachable in the Edwardian era, ‘since the collar soils so much sooner than the waist.’ (Los … Continue reading Edwardian Neckwear: Collars, Jabots & Fichus →

1900s Brown Bolero Jacket

The night before the photoshoot of my new Edwardian shirtwaist and skirt, I decided I also needed a jacket (I know – Crazy!). So while adding buttons to the blouse, I also drafted a quick pat…

Turn of the century fashion: The splendorous trend styles of the Edwardian era. The Vintage News

The Edwardian era was once elegantly described as, a "leisurely time when women wore picture hats and did not vote, when the rich were not ashamed to live

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