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*What Steampunk is

*Steampunk Fashion

*What is your steampunk style ?

*Handy list of places that can do all the hard clothing work for you

*Steampunk Style rules for beginners

*Guide to Navigating Steampunkfashion

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We adore seeing most of all: New steampunk outfits, gorgeous clothes bought or handmade , modified props, lovely home wares. We also don't mind interesting art, fine film and literature, and news items of note as long as fashion has something to do with it. Steam themed events are also beloved, providing you note what country and state the event is in. The sun never sets on Steamfashion, after all.

Now on to eye candy so you who have seen this all at one point have something new to look at.
Woman wearing a veil in the 1890s
The hat and veil are so pretty...

At Your Service

Greetings My Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

 Just a quick reminder to let you know I am still producing reproduction banknotes for Historical Reenactment, Theater Prop and additional detail to that wonderful clothing design you maybe sporting at the Steampunk gatherings. I offer a fine line of various countries from around the world. Find me on Fb or contact me via this post or at for more details.
At your service.

 Sincerely and With Great Respect,

Professor Otto the Confused

Reproduction Banknotes

 Good Morning to All,

 A quick note to say I am still producing reproduction banknotes for that added detail to your imagination.

At your service,

Professor Otto the Confused

Steampunking a leather coat. Any ideas?

Dear ladies and gentlemen, automatons and creatures from another galaxy.

So, after playing some Fallout: New Vegas and planning some gear for a steampunk larp I dug up an old leather coat I had to make it more steampunk. I've added the shoulder flaps and I'm planning to add straps to the back so I can tighten it (it's a bit to wide for me). I'm also planning on adding a pocket or two to the left side of the chest area. The buttons will be replaced with something more appropriate.

I'm also thinking of adding a shooting pad to the right side to give more of a hunter/military look. Does this wonderful community have any other suggestion on how to give it a proper look? I won't be adding any large pieces of metal to it (since I don't want to hurt myself if I roll around or fall in it while larping) but I have lots of spare leather and a pile of rivets.

Here's how it looks at the moment (picture after the cut):Read more...Collapse )


Steampunk Fashion Show

Hi everyone! I would like to share the outfits I showed at my steampunk themed fashion show at Anime LA this year. Here is one preview image, and the rest are under the cut.

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London Steampunk Weekend

hello All,

We're organising a Steampunk Weekend in London, UK, on Ocotber 25th and 26th, featuring an Art Exhibtion, a Market and a Ball.

For more information please visit:

Thank you!


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