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August 19, 2016 05:32:09 AM by edelC
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I surprised my SO yesterday by dressing up in a complete 50s style outfit, he was taking me on a date to celebrate our anniversary. I had the dress, underskirt, picked up a great bag and cardigan in a thrift store, made a pearl necklace and bought white glove, the only thing I was missing was a hat. No properly dressed lady would dream of going out to dinner without a hat in the 50s.


May 22, 2016 07:24:54 AM by cmarion3
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When I make costumes, comfort is primary, not realism. I applaud those that make period clothing and strive for authenticity, but those old timey folks were often not comfortable. I mean who wants to wear a stone weight ot chainmaille?

So to create a set of arm guards, I wanted some chainmaille to protect those vulnerable wrists and forearms, but did not like the idea of li...

January 16, 2016 10:02:02 AM by GreatAwk
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My dad loves his Field and Stream Quilted Flannel Hooded Jackets.  Theyre made of a flannel shirt-like material, a fluffy insulating layer, and a quilted lining.  They do button, but Im not sure Ive ever seen his buttoned, because up the front is a strip of sweatshirt material with a zipper.  The hood is also made of sweatshirt material.  For several years, hed buy them at Costco, and the ones...

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