-eliesaab:

Marchesa Ready to Wear S/S 2013.

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Deepika Padukone In Sabayaschi for Vogue India

Deepika Padukone In Sabayaschi for Vogue India

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tawnyscostumesandcuriosities:

define-x:

Here’s the dress I made for my local Renaissance Fair! It was inspired by this dress, pictured in a 15th century French manuscript illumination. The layers upon tightly-laced layers made it hard to do anything except sit up straight and get my family to do things for me, which was fine with me. ;) I received many compliments while walking around the Fair, which is super flattering considering all the amazing costumers there. 

Anybody crazy in love with this costume? You’re in luck, because it is now available for purchase from my Etsy store

8 notes?  Really folks, this is a gorgeous and unique design.  Nicely done.

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transdimensionalboundaries:

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royals-and-quotes:

Vintage Medieval Weddings Dresses

I love these so much

GIVE THEM TO ME

Omg.. I would be so proud to watch my lady walk down the aisle to me in that first one..

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#these are absolutely not Vintage Medieval wedding dresses

#but they are lovely

#and i want to wear them

bhagyawati:

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photos by:Bikramjit Bose

"A Bride’s Tale ;Editorial from Harper’s Bazaar Bride India"

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Blouse
1890s
Austria

This handsome piece incorporates an interesting combination of materials with lively patterning and embroidery. The puffed sleeves mimic the leg-o-mutton style prevalent in the 1890s. Regional costumes often evolved over time, incorporating fashionable trends with traditional forms.

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fashionsfromhistory:

Blouse

1890s

Austria

This handsome piece incorporates an interesting combination of materials with lively patterning and embroidery. The puffed sleeves mimic the leg-o-mutton style prevalent in the 1890s. Regional costumes often evolved over time, incorporating fashionable trends with traditional forms.

MET

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fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dress
Marguerite 
c.1915
MET

fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dress

Marguerite 

c.1915

MET

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asolitaryrose:

I think I found the perfect headcanon for the Fereldan fashion, and it’s Georgian traditional clothing. These gowns are definitely what Anora, as Queen of Ferelden, would wear on both formal and casual occasions.

I wanted to find clothes that were both very elegant and regal, sturdy and warm, and absolutely gorgeous. I love the medieval vibe coming from these - with the long sleeves, corsets and laces - and the hairdos, either with the scarf or the little cap, are very interesting in their simplicity yet quiet dignity.

Check out the entire gallery, the men have some wonderful outfits too.

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