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custom wedding gown, possibly late 14th or early 15th century replica

custom wedding gown, possibly late or early century replica

like the lace up

Green steampunk dress-A lovely style, high-waisted, half-corset dress that can be worn over shirt and with suspenders.

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"Steampunk" by princesschandler not sure if id ever wear any of this but i love the idea, and steampunk disney princesses?

Such an incredibly beautiful dress! Tarik Ediz couture 2013 ~

sleeveless maxi silk white gown, with a golf plated sleeve neck collar Grecian gown / Tarik Ediz couture 2013

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Fall / winter - street & chic style - business casual - black cropped sweater + chunk chain+ flared leather skirt + black thighs + black high heel ankle boots More

commoner clothing.  Make the sleeves bell out less and ditch the fur that would be a very comfy gown! I love how she did it though.

The girl who made this said it's more of a fantasy take on Viking with some Mongol influence. APS: Viking woman - a different take on the outfit, apron dress has slits up to hip and the arm cuffs are a different approach also

awesome Fifty-Nine Steampunk Fashion Ideas You Are Going to Love by http://www.globalfashionista.top/steampunk-fashion/fifty-nine-steampunk-fashion-ideas-you-are-going-to-love/

Fifty-Nine Steampunk Fashion Ideas You Are Going to Love

Dusky dress by NaturallyBohemian on Etsy. This would be a beautiful fairy RP costume! Or maybe even a wedding dress of sorts (idk, I would get married in this).

Anglo-Saxon England 449 to 1066 AD - The tunic ended between the hip and the knee and had either long or short sleeves. Clasps were not needed to hold the tunic together because when pulled over the head it would sit snugly around the neck without the use of lacing or ties, indicating that the garment was one continuous piece. A belt or girdle was usually worn with the tunic and might have had a buckle, and, as Owen-Crocker states, “pouched over the belt”.[8]

Very authentic looking reproduction of an early medieval woman's outfit with an underdress and tunic with a broad, circular neckline. Ornamentation is spare, but the variation in color makes for an appealing look.

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