History bounding

Experience the thrill of history bounding with these captivating ideas. Dress up and immerse yourself in different eras to create unforgettable memories.
Historical-Dress-Reconstruction-Bernadette-Banner The Dress, Medieval Dress, Outfits, Fashion Tips, Costume Design, Costume, Dress, Renaissance Dresses, Historical Costume

While a lot of people spend a lot of time developing their personal style, few can say they have medieval dresses hanging in their closet. YouTuber Bernadette Banner has more than just a few. Furthermore, she’s made all of them by hand. “I study the history of dress through practical experimentation and reconstruction, exploring historical eras preceding the introduction of the electric sewing machine because technology is weird,” she says.

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11 Tips On How To Dress Vintage & Historical Without Looking Too Costumey - Sew Historically Steampunk, Cosplay, Refashion Dress, Historical Clothing Patterns, Historical Dress Patterns, Historical Clothing, Diy Clothes Refashion Ideas, 18th Century Dress Pattern, Dress Refashion

11 tips how on to wear vintage and historical clothing in your everyday life without making people thinking you’re crazy or old-fashioned! 😉 Do you want to wear your beautiful vintage and historical dresses in your everyday life? But you don’t want to look too costumey or old-fashioned? Below I share 11 tips on how … Continue reading 11 Tips On How To Dress Vintage & Historical Without Looking Too Costumey →

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It’s less than a month until Costume College 2018, and my instagram and facebook feeds are full of people panic-sewing for the event. I’m not going this year, but all the excitement has reminded me of the talks I did last year, and how I’ve never put most of that information online. In a timely coincidence, a number of people have asked me recently what my favourite Edwardian & WWI era patterns are, and how I built my wardrobe for my Fortnight in 1916 living-history project. One of my talks…