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I hosted a Steampunk ball! Photo links to my blog, wherein I wax eloquent about my steamy, seedy adventure. Photo by Brenda Havens. #steampunk

I hosted a Steampunk ball! Photo links to my blog, wherein I wax eloquent about my steamy, seedy adventure. Photo by Brenda Havens. #steampunk

Thrifting Steampunk: Creating Costumes on the Cheap. The costume on the right is created entirely from second-hand pieces that required no alterations. http://fraudulentfarmgirl.com/2014/02/25/thrifting-steampunk/

Thrifting Steampunk: Creating Costumes on the Cheap. The costume on the right is created entirely from second-hand pieces that required no alterations. http://fraudulentfarmgirl.com/2014/02/25/thrifting-steampunk/

Thrifting Steampunk: Tips and Tricks. Never underestimate the power of tarting up thrift store finds. I swathed the top of this thrifted formal in tulle for a John Singer Sergeant look. http://fraudulentfarmgirl.com/2014/02/26/thrifting-steampunk-tips-tricks/

Thrifting Steampunk: Tips and Tricks. Never underestimate the power of tarting up thrift store finds. I swathed the top of this thrifted formal in tulle for a John Singer Sergeant look. http://fraudulentfarmgirl.com/2014/02/26/thrifting-steampunk-tips-tricks/

Preparing for the Circle City Aerodrome Grand Victorian Masquerade Ball! Photo by Matthew Mayer (taken at the Morris Butler Hosue).

The Belle of the (Steampunk) Ball

Preparing for the Circle City Aerodrome Grand Victorian Masquerade Ball! Photo by Matthew Mayer (taken at the Morris Butler Hosue).

Thrifting Steampunk: Creating Costumes on the Cheap This costume was built entirely from thrifted and second-hand pieces. The skirt was originally part of a vintage wedding gown, and the jacket cost about $1 at Goodwill Outlet. The character is a high-class madam, so the clothes have more of a socialite feel than the leather-and-cogs aesthetic common in steampunk.

Thrifting Steampunk: Creating Costumes on the Cheap This costume was built entirely from thrifted and second-hand pieces. The skirt was originally part of a vintage wedding gown, and the jacket cost about $1 at Goodwill Outlet. The character is a high-class madam, so the clothes have more of a socialite feel than the leather-and-cogs aesthetic common in steampunk.

I've been putting my thrifting (and sewing) skills to work on a ballgown for the Circle City Aerodrome's upcoming Grand Victorian Masquerade Ball. Links to my blog post Going Punk (Steampunk, that is).

Going Punk (Steampunk, that is)

I've been putting my thrifting (and sewing) skills to work on a ballgown for the Circle City Aerodrome's upcoming Grand Victorian Masquerade Ball. Links to my blog post Going Punk (Steampunk, that is).

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