Jenn at Ms. Makes mashed up Wonder Woman and Renaissance garb with brilliant results:
It’s a version of late fifteenth century Florentine dress. Jenn describes the details:
“The outfit is based on those common in 1490’s Florence, largely documented by Domenico Ghirlandaio, and consists of a camicia, side lacing gamurra (with bead and sequin embellished neckline decoration), a set of tie on sleeves (also embellished), a velvet giornea, and a #tambourbeading embellished and faux leather belt! Other accessories include a lasso holder, faux hair braid, and a diadem […]”
She also shared some details of the costume, like the beaded collar piece…
…and detachable sleeves, lined, with another set of embellishments from Wonder Woman’s costume:
Absolutely breathtaking! Jenn mentions using a beading technique called tambour beading, which I hadn’t heard of before. I just love learning new things from my fellow textile geeks!
Visit Jenn’s Instagram for more views and details or the Ms. Makes website for more sewing talk and tips.
Crossposted from the Playfully Grownup Home blog.
Images from Instagram: full view and portrait by Angela (wanderings_in_wonderland) via Ms. Jenn Makes. Collar detail and sleeves by Ms. Jenn Makes.
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