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Costuming Companies

Postby wunderworks » Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:24 pm

So I've been looking across the Internet for various companies that make costumes and was wondering if anyone else had any links? I have a few from stuff I've purchased or considered purchasing. Here they are:

Pirate Hats

17th Century and the like Theatre Costumes

Middle Eastern Clothing - This is where I got my robe!

These guys have some very interesting items

Another online middle eastern retailer that had some good stuff

Please, list your places here and we'll sticky the topic, or make a new one that's just a long list of various costume types.

For example, where would I go to get Steampunk, or cool Eastern European costumes? (Winged Hussar anyone!?)
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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby wunderworks » Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:35 pm

Another Company! -

Moroccan Caravan
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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby Arroin » Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:56 pm

wunderworks wrote:For example, where would I go to get Steampunk, or cool Eastern European costumes? (Winged Hussar anyone!?)


Ask and ye shall receive: http://www.polishhussarsupply.com/
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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby Keith Fyans » Tue Oct 27, 2009 4:42 am

I love you. Have 2 style and a tasty cookie.

My bank account hates you and ate the cookie.
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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby wunderworks » Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:31 am

Tsanuri wrote:I love you. Have 2 style and a tasty cookie.

My bank account hates you and ate the cookie.


My bank account won't talk to me now after I saw the Hussar Wings. :( It thinks I'm trying to kill it. DAMMIT! These are SO COOL!
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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby tyyrslady » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:47 pm

Badger's Den - SCA, LARP, etc: http://www.badgersden.com/

Custom and inexpensive corsets: http://meschantes.com/gallery.html

Middle Eastern (female mostly, but has awesome accessories): http://www.missbellydance.com/

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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby tyyrslady » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:52 pm

Oh! Can't forget these two:

Custom designs: http://www.thedarkangel.com

Mass produced: http://www.pyramidcollection.com/

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Re: Costuming Companies

Postby tyyrslady » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:58 pm

One more for the diy:

http://www.dharmatrading.com/

I have silk fabric paints that I'm willing to share if you order something and want to customize it yourself.

Or, I suppose, I could do some custom designs too. I love silk painting. I make jewelry too. And do henna/woad/other body art. My link to some of my work: http://tyyrslady.deviantart.com/

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