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Every Day Steampunk Style for Ladies and Gentlemen

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Every Day Steampunk Style for Ladies and Gentlemen

This is a group that celebrates  Steampunk street style. We encourage Steampunk Style as daily wear and not just costume.  How do YOU wear your Steampunk? Share your style with us!

Location: Steampunk Empire, Planet Earth
Members: 93
Latest Activity: Apr 24

Dandy up, ya'll!

While these folk are not shopping for street style, they do show how to thrift for steampunk.

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What to say to the Gawker's.

Started by Xanthe CL Zeitstück. Last reply by Miss Cherries Jubilee Mar 16. 5 Replies

My friends, I'm certain you've discovered the fact that most are willing to drop all pretense of propriety, fail to introduce themselves, and proceed to act uncivilized about your preferred mode of…Continue

Tags: street, ensemble, wardrobe, reactions, public

Where Can I Find A Steampunk Watch Strap?

Started by Karen Black. Last reply by Karen Black Jun 3, 2015. 4 Replies

I need to replace the strap on my watch as the original one has worn out. I would like to replace it with a leather Steampunk style one.I need a "thread-through" type of strap whereby the retaining…Continue

Steampunk It!

Started by Miss Cherries Jubilee. Last reply by Miss Cherries Jubilee May 17, 2015. 8 Replies

So what regular clothing have you used in your Steampunk look?  I have been pinning some wonderful street fashion on Pinterest for some time.  Here are some of my favorites.…Continue

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Comment by Professor Argon Bats on April 24, 2016 at 7:17am

Thank you, kind Sirs. A brown homburg or bowler would have matched better, but I only have black. Maybe I will get around to blocking that brown wool felt cone I have stashed away... some day.

Comment by SouthernGothic on April 24, 2016 at 1:28am

Very nice Professor Bats.

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on April 23, 2016 at 10:50pm

Great work .

Comment by Professor Argon Bats on April 23, 2016 at 8:19pm

We got a few shots of my jodhpurs, that I finished last fall. I decided to go for brass zippers (both for the fall front and the ankle opening) instead of buttons for a little bit more modern or "punk" feel. I have a pair of vintage knee breeches that have a curved single welt pocket, and I thought it was such a nifty feature that I needed to use it here. It was a fun challenge. And the leg-o-mutton shirt yet again. (click to enlarge)

Comment by Professor Argon Bats on March 19, 2016 at 1:26pm
Comment by Professor Argon Bats on March 16, 2016 at 6:45pm

Thank you, Miss Cherries. Your ensemble sounds lovely! And practical.

The belt pattern came with the blouse, although they are not sewn together, so can be worn separately. I used spiral boning for center front and center back of the belt. It is the "1894 House Waist", single sized 25" waist, which, I believe, is actually what you see here as my uncorseted everyday wear. But should be easy to size up or down. It closes at the side.

Comment by Miss Cherries Jubilee on March 16, 2016 at 6:10pm

I love that blouse, Professor Bats. I am currently thinking about a pair of bloused pants in lavender twill and a jacket in lavender windowpane pinstripe wool. Do you have a pattern for that lovely belt?

Comment by Professor Argon Bats on March 13, 2016 at 7:12pm

Any specific plans you wish to share. Mrs. Sampson? I like linen for warm weather, personally.

Comment by Holly "Gunny" Sampson (Mrs.) on March 10, 2016 at 10:37am

If most of my "regalia" is loaded down with leather, metal and bulky whatnots or I'd probably wear it to work more often too. However, I need to make some warm weather outfits for the convention I'm going to in July, so I may have something that will fit easier into a desk chair soon.

Comment by Professor Argon Bats on March 9, 2016 at 7:12pm

I wish, Professor. At least, no one has told me that I was fired, as yet.

 

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