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  • Get The Look! A Medieval-Fantasy Fashion Inspiration

    So, when I put together outfits for CM, I take inspiration from various movies I've seen and put pieces together to get something similar. I thought it might be fun and maybe helpful to change up your garb routine to put some ideas here! #nerdalert #procrastinator4life #gotlostonpinterestagain

    Get The Look:



    Pearl-Sleeved Chemise:

    This is a lightly-fitted chemise that falls to the ankles in subtle folds. It has a wide, scooped neckline and fitted sleeves that have been split from shoulder to wrist. The splits are trimmed with embroidery and closed at even intervals with small pearl buttons.

    Sleeveless Gown:

    This is a women's fitted, sleeveless gown with voluminous floor-length skirts. This gown features side-back spiral lacing and a low rounded neckline.

    Split Bell-Shaped Sleeves:

    These are a pair of flowing bell-shaped sleeves which can be attached to a sleeveless garment by decorative ribbons at the top. They have been slit from the middle of the upper arm to reveal the sleeves of the garment beneath, and hang loose to about mid-calf. Each sleeve has a luxurious lining on the inside.

    Caul (Jeweled Version for this):

    This is a feminine headpiece mainly consisting of a slender band of cloth that elegantly encircles the brow of the wearer. Delicate ribbon netting have been placed opposite each other to secure the hair into buns on either side of the wearer's head. Tiny beads have been scattered along the netting's ribbons and perfectly match the color of the caul's band.

    Shoes, Undergarments and Colors @ Discretion

    If you'd like the two-toned look of her velvet, your best bet would be to hit up the shot-silk option or velveteen/velour/velvet/crushed-velvet and make sure to get the primary color whatever you want and the undertone put in as the accents. Then your gown will read a lavender and silver velvet gown or whatever.


    Lady Sinvy Valmarana
    Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
    Mistress of the Cellars
    Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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    Get The Look!



    Long-Sleeved Chemise:

    This is a women's long-sleeved undergarment, hanging straight and unfitted from the shoulders to the ankles.

    Sleeveless Gown:

    This is a women's fitted, sleeveless gown with voluminous floor-length skirts. This gown features side-back spiral lacing and a low rounded neckline.

    Slashed Segmented Sleeves (snug fit):

    These are made of two connected tubes of cloth that are laced together at the elbows with small decorative ribbons. The tubes can be laced into the shoulders of sleeveless garments or tied securely about the arms. These sleeves feature vertical slashes, allowing the undergarment to show or be drawn through in small puffs. The ends of the sleeves extend over the tops of the hands in elegant points.

    Corseted Vest:

    This is a bodice-like garment with a low, elegantly sloping v-shaped neckline. The vest extends over the entire torso with a rounded hem that has a small split on each side over the hips. It has spiral lacing down the back that mimics the lacing of a corset, securing the vest snugly, but comfortably to the wearer. This item typically bears embroidery along the neckline, hem and under the bust.

    Braided Circlet:

    This is a circular feminine headpiece created from slender tightly-plaited strips of cloth, primarily used to hold the hair or a veil in place.

    Braided Girdle:

    This is a long, feminine belt created from tightly-plaited strips of cloth that end in medium-sized tassels. It is meant to be tied about the waist or hips and knotted at the belly, allowing the excess cord to hang down the front of the gown.
    Lady Sinvy Valmarana
    Her Majesty's Royal Chatelaine
    Mistress of the Cellars
    Sponsor of the Courtesy Circle

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