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The Closet of Lulu Persnickety

A collection of oddities found in the closet of a most peculiar woman.
 

All the Lords and Ladies











These are pictures from my wedding. What a jolly bunch! The main reason I have these up is not just because we all look awsome, but because I made some of these costumes. Of the men, I made the blue captain's coat and pants, and in the back row I made the brown peasant outfit. Of the women, I made the chemise of the sitting left woman, dyed the purple skirt of the woman sitting on the right, and behind her the complete blue ensemble. The top left, was made by the woman wearing it. It was an overall wonderful experience making the costumes. There were several other costumes made. For my father I made a captain's coat. For the minister, I made a bodice and chemise, and we made a lot of the decorations too! Some of the women helped me make pennant banners. I'll look for some of those pics and post later. The bride and groom costumes were made by Moresca. A wonderful company that tours the renaissance faires. They make beautiful garments and accessories, very well worth their weight in gold.
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