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(Click Picture to Enlarge) Lined and boned corsets, front or back zipping, with or without shoulder straps. Includes shrug.
Vogue Paris Original Line - Misses Separates by Yves St. Laurent (AKA the "Rich Hippie" pattern.)
Simple Wraparound Skirt with Decorative Tie
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Women's risqué/minidress costumes including sailor, schoolgirl ("shenjin") and firefighter uniforms, witch and cat, by Andrea Schewe.
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) Undergarments as one piece with leggings or chemise. Includes simple corset.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Women's unlined jacket, with collar and patch pockets. Designed for stable knits. (Has an "easy" rating, but honestly it sounds more like "average.") Suitable as cosplay for schoolgirl uniforms or businesswomen.
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) Accessories set that includes a backpack, beret, newsboy cap, fingerless gloves, spats, gaiters, and over-the-knee stockings.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Western/saloon girl dresses in three version by Andrea Schewe. A lady's dress and two performer's dresses and accessories. With the right fabrics and accoutrements, this could probably lean toward steampunk, too.
(Click On Picture To Enlarge) American Western frock coat, waist coat and shirt, circa 1880, by Buckaroo Bobbins. Could be used for steampunk or other Victorian adventures. This is a close match for the coat worn by Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor from "Doctor Who," if made in View A with bias tape edging.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's and Women's Western/Steampunk accessories. Includes spats (for men and women, heels or flats, with variations), fingerless gloves, gauntlets, three different hat styles and a belt with variant style.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Vintage Hats, Various Styles including Cloche, Casque and Fedora, spanning the decades from the 20s through the 40s. Designed for fleece; if you use woven material with no stretch, use a larger size than you would normally.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) 1950's Vintage Aprons from Simplicity's Archives. Two full and two half aprons. Where would June be without her apron?
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Dress suitable for day or evening wear with dramatic jacket, from Vogue Archives. A little late for Captain America, and a little early for Agent Carter, but still workable. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Misses' or Girl's villainess or Merida-inspired dresses. Dresses have princess seams with slash-and-puff details at the shoulder and elbow, and back lacing. Includes a batwing-style cape with a high collar, and belt.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Dramatic long cutaway coat in three variations with capelet, cape, choker, and dickey, inspired by Regina Mills from Once Upon a Time.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Very Dickensian ladies' ensemble includes a lined cape, lined skirt, lined bonnet and faux fur muff. Perfect for A Christmas Carol costuming, actually going Christmas caroling, or maybe cold-weather steampunk gear.
Victorian Day Dresses by Sunrise Designs H is Partially Cut but Complete. P is Partially Cut: Missing Skirt (Has Bustle) and Shawl
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Victorian / Steampunk Jacket or Coat in two lengths from Arkivestry.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's and boy's vests, double- and single-breasted, with different collar options, plus neckties and string ties.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Princess seamed unlined jacket, in variations with and without collar.