7.1.2010 @ 6:55 pm UTC by lilah wild
Medieval-inspired baubles modernized into chic bits of gemstoned silver. Twisted Celtic drops like tiny daggers, intricate nouveau-style arrowheads, sparkling crosses, studded hearts, rugged little delicacies that can be customized somewhat with the stone of your choice. Of special note are the engagement and wedding rings, where Moorish bands and amethyst diamonds offer goth-industrial glamour to dark brides and grooms making the most of a small budget.
6.30.2010 @ 9:38 pm UTC by lilah wild
Gowns, gowns, gowns, wild custom fantasy confections for throwing teaparties, getting married, smacking courtiers, wandering enchanted woods, or other moments that demand voluminous skirts – they also stock Nataya for more subdued special occasions. Also plus sizes, men’s fancy dress, and ornate ren-faire/bridal-party things for kids. A good place to find medieval circlet-necklace-belt sets to drape the body in chains of pearls.
5.21.2010 @ 3:42 pm UTC by lilah wild
Formalwear in plus sizes, for prom and cocktail parties and weddings and whatever other occasions demand unrestrained plumage. Ruched skirts, draped ruffles, bootcut hems, mermaid silhouettes, bellsleeves, starlet straplessness, swingy knee-length dresses, lots of things that can be turned goth or retro with compatible accessorization. They’ve also got crinoline slips for volumizing, all kinds of metallic evening bags and sandals, and there’s a section for fancy maternity dress.
5.4.2010 @ 6:19 pm UTC by lilah wild
Super-duper extravagant corsetry and fancy dress from Barcelona. The elegantly nipped waists are presented in Victorian buckles, circus stripes, tailored tartan, can-can lace, steampunk leatherette, gothic batty bustlines, industrial latches, and many other sumptuous permutations, often with skirts, pasties, jackets, and millinery to match. Bridalwear, too. Thanks, Sara!
3.30.2010 @ 5:19 pm UTC by lilah wild
The more otherworldly and fantastical side of historical dress, where that medieval gown can come with a side of fairy wings, if you desire. Both sweet little kids’ petal skirts and commanding drop-sleeve dresses that accessorize well with swords can be made to your specifications, and this is also a good place for extra-long elf ears and the cuffs to spiff them up with. It’s also amusing to note that proper fairy makeup consists of not just glitter, but modeling wax and spirit gum to hold everything on. Custom welcome.
3.22.2010 @ 2:44 pm UTC by lilah wild
Western-style wedding wear, where cowboy hats and denim bridal gowns are sprinkled with bits of frontier Victoriana. Gingham garters, brocade vests for the groom, veil-trimmed hats, and they have quite the selection of prim little lace boots to go with the voluminous skirts of the era. The dresses are all over the map, from snow-white fairy bodices to sleeves edged in saloon-girl fringe, flowing “blue jean” trains to the embroidered silk of the “Lassoed By Love” number. And of course they have all the ring pillows and toasting sets and other ceremonial necessities, including cake toppers if the happy couple wants to include their horses in the big day.
3.16.2010 @ 5:39 pm UTC by lilah wild
High fashion for a variety of winged fantasy species: tattered tutus with matching wings, patchworked dolly dresses, wedding gowns in autumn colors, swirly ghostly capes, poofy pink prom froof, teeny little mermaid outfits for the mini-fae. No shopping cart as this is a portfolio site, but custom requests presented with an open mind are welcome.