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(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) 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.
(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) High-collar steampunk separates, including blouse, bustle and skirt, by Arkivestry.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Steampunk separates, including a coat, bustier and long skirt, by Theresa LaQuey.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Steampunk separates includes skirts in two lengths, bolero jacket in two variations, top, and underbust corset. By Theresa LeQuey.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Early 19th pioneer women's chemise, pantalettes, dress, apron and bonnet. Could also be used for early colonial (mid to late 1600's) women's dress by widening the collar and omitting the pantalettes. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Various styles of ladies' gloves including fingerless and flare-wristed.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Civil War era ladies drawers, chemise and corset.
Classic Westward Expansion/Little House on the Prairie dresses including bonnet. Missing Pieces 2 (Front Yoke) and 7 (Ruffle.)
(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) Civil War skirt with trim variations, collared shirtwaist and separate sleeves, designed by Andrea Schewe based on an 1863 illustration from Godey's Lady's Book.