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lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
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lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
Zoom Info
lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
Zoom Info
lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
Zoom Info
lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
Zoom Info
lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.
My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.
Dress: CEL
Blouse: Vintage
Headdress: Handmade by me
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Socks: Putumayo
Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me
Petticoats: Antique Victorian
Zoom Info

lait-lune:

For those who prefer laid-out co-ords, I made a layout so I could get some more of the (planned) details in.

My theme was late Medieval to early Renaissance Madonna/saint portraits, and I kind of ran with it, to the point where I now own a late Medieval (Ca. 1400s) ring, which I have been wearing with glee ever since it arrived. I haven’t decided whether to clean it up or let it remain in it’s black patina’d glory. I wore two Victorian-era petticoats (rolled up to be shorter) as underskirts to add more white to the outfit. The gold lace on the waist ties was handsewn by Linda Tea, who is magnificent.

Dress: CEL

Blouse: Vintage

Headdress: Handmade by me

Shoes: Alice and the Pirates

Socks: Putumayo

Jewellery: Ring- Etsy | Black ring- Antique | Cross- Chantilly | Spoon Bracelet- Handmade by me

Petticoats: Antique Victorian

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