A little guide to how fashion changed from 1890 to 1907
A list of tricks and things to keep in mind to start filling the gap between fancy dress and historical clothing.
About my little group that recreates 1880s to 1900s fashion
The adventure of making a 18th century riding habit and changing your mind about how to make it more times than you should.
Working on the Phantom of the Opera -movie- costume from Why so Silent. With a hint of thought about Napoleon’s wardrobe.
Inspired by a 1890s original bodice, this gown is made recycling pieces of an other costume.
A basic gown, correct in shape, yet striking in color, making you pop out of the nightgown-like audience of regency events, on a budget.
What shall we do with a dozen of black soutache appliqués, stored for too long? A nice 1900s day outfit. And, of course, a giant matching hat.
A 1890s outfit inspired both by Burton’s work and Crimson Peak. I’ve been also told that the arnivore-plant-like shape and the fishing bates give it a Harry Potter universe look.
This is inspired by two movie costumes: the blue one of Caludia, in Interview with a Vampire, and the final costume of Christine, in love Never Dies musical.