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“The Press” Fancy Dress Gown, 1866

Worn by Mrs. Matilda Butters at the Mayor’s Fancy Dress Ball on 20 September 1866, again 14 days later at the Return Fancy Dress Ball 4 October 1866 and 23 December 1867. Made by Mrs. Dobbs.

The white satin panels of the skirt were printed with pages from 13 Melbourne newspapers including the Age, Argus, Herald, Australasian, Leader Illustrated Australian News and Punch. On slips inserted between the panels, the titles of all the Victorian newspapers were printed.

via Australian Dress Register

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Black Widow Costume For Kids, Captain America: Civil War

Let little Avengers choose their side by putting on this awesome Black Widow costume. Inspired by Captain America: Civil War, the all-in-one suit’s details include a belt and holsters.

Found this little gem on the Disney Store. This costume looks a lot better than the adult versions. I don’t think I’ve ever been so jealous.

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Today I created this ’She-Devil’ makeup for Halloween.

Many of you requested a devil, so I’ve decided to try and create two: This one which is relatively easy to recreate, and another which will be more full on.

I made the horns this morning and then painted them. I make these to order, so if you require some please get in touch.

The tutorial for this makeup look is up on my channel now!

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“Electric Light” fancy dress designed by Worth for Alice Vanderbilt, worn to the Vanderbilt Ball, March 26, 1883

From MCNY via The Huffington Post & Jewels Du Jour