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Dashing steampunk / Edwardian swallowtail jacket and pants which can also be adapted to a batwing style. Includes pants, jackets, and fantasy tie.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Various styles of ladies' gloves including fingerless and flare-wristed.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Elegant Evening Dresses ca. 1910 by by Andrea Schewe (Downton Abbey, Titanic, Edwardian era)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Stylish jacket with large lapels and angled cut along with slimline pleated skirt. Bib element is separate and customizable. Suitable for (season 1) Downton Abbey cosplay.
(Click On Picture To Enlarge) His and hers hats/coats and chiffon overscarf for her. Suitable for Tony Curtis as "The Great Leslie" in "The Great Race" or "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang." Great for Steampunk adventurers. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Gentleman's frock coat, waistcoat, pants, and tie. This could lend itself nicely for steampunk style. It also strongly resembles Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor's frock coat (unfortunately his waistcoat usually was collarless, though not always). It could possibly be modified to resemble William Hartnell's First Doctor's coat, if you round the
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Simple but elegant circa 1912 dress with half or full sleeves and wrap style skirt. Bib element is separate and customizable. Suitable for (season 1) Downton Abbey cosplay.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Edwardian ("Sherlock Holmes") Men's caped coat and deerstalker hat, popularized by The Hound of the Baskervilles. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)