Renaissance - Italy

Queen's dress from the Italian Renaissance - 1560 This gown, was custom-made from an original model from Eleanor of Toledo, wife of Cosimos I de Medici

Custom Embroidered Velvet Court Gown Renaissance SCA

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Inspiration for medieval wedding dresses - photos of reproduction medieval dresses This gallery contains photos of reproduction medieval dresses, from museums,

Steampunk Fashion Women | Women's Steampunk Cutaway Coat by Modelarose on Etsy

Women's Steampunk Cutaway Coat

The Italian Renaissance Costuming Challenge - Carol Salloum: To make a pearled snood like Eleonora de Toledo di Medici wears, I cut a 12" circle of 1" gridded flip chart paper. Then I wound the cord back and forth over the grid pinning the outside edges into a piece of cardboard. Afterwards, I carefully placed a pin at each intersection and removed from the cardboard. Next I will tack a pearl at each intersection.

How to make a round woven snood with angles at the edges. The Italian Renaissance Costuming Challenge - Carol Salloum

Fairysoap: Tudor French Hood

A lady in Tudor times held the kokoshnik-like French hood in place by a ribbon tied under her chin. Anne Boleyn imported this style from the French court, where she obtained her sense of style. As she had beautiful long bl

Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics

Callot Soeurs, evening dress, I adore the Edwardian Period - a plain black sheath with a ruby red chiffon overdress

Great Couples' Costume Ideas: Bert and Mary Poppins

29 Homemade Halloween Costumes (for adults) love this Mary Poppins couples costume! If we had a girl, we could do this couple costume PLUS the two kids!

Renaissance Snood Tutorial - a snood is a the distinctive netlike hat or part of a hat or fabric or headband that holds or covers the back of a woman's hair. It was formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland and northern England.

Renaissance Snood Tutorial - a snood is a the distinctive netlike hat or part of a hat or fabric or headband that holds or covers the back of a woman& hair. It was formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland and northern England.

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