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A Damsel in This Dress

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 Over the years I have been asked about  a variety of problems within historical costuming – and how to avoid them. I have already written a few posts on different aspects such as the look, fabrics, etc – but here all of them will be linked in one place, providing a good reference base. 🙂

 Please note, this post is targeted at folks who want to aim for the elusive ‘authenticity pinnacle’, (and ‘aim’ is usually all we can do – 100% authenticity is, of course, not achievable; Still, that shouldn’t mean that we cannot try…), and who need information to ‘up their game’ a little – either for  personal satisfaction, for work, ( re-enactors, interpreters etc), or for both.

 Many thanks to my FB followers on Prior Attire  who also contributed their ideas for this post !

1. Poor fabric/embellishment choice.

 A pretty obvious one – but  it happens again and again, often…

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