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Historical Fashion

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~1890s bustled gown~ I feel like the drapes in the front would make it fit weird... but still really pretty!

Costume I designed and constructed. Unfortunately it's a scan, so the quality is not that good.

This Girl Is Making Historical Dresses By Hand And It’s Oddly Satisfying To Watch

While a lot of people spend a lot of time developing their personal style, few can say they have medieval dresses hanging in their closet. YouTuber Bernadette Banner has more than just a few. Furthermore, she’s made all of them by hand. “I study the history of dress through practical experimentation and reconstruction, exploring historical eras preceding the introduction of the electric sewing machine because technology is weird,” she says.

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Jeanne Lanvin tuxedo, circa 1927 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jeanne Lanvin tuxedo ca. 1927 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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This blog is for the inspiration of being a Thrifty-Steamer, Couture Steampunk Enthusiast, Dieselpunk Daydreamer and Whimsycal Gypsy Romantisism. I do not own nor did I create most of these images, if you want to find the source of an image I recommend reverse image searching. Thanks for following!

30 Stunning Historical Dresses Recreated By ‘Extremely Outdated Fashion Blogger’

While a lot of people spend a lot of time developing their personal style, few can say they have medieval dresses hanging in their closet. YouTuber Bernadette Banner has more than just a few. Furthermore, she’s made all of them by hand. “I study the history of dress through practical experimentation and reconstruction, exploring historical eras preceding the introduction of the electric sewing machine because technology is weird,” she says.

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