Tag: costuming

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REPOST: The Costumes of “Victoria: Season 1”

As I take a month’s hiatus from writing new content for my blog, I invite you to revisit with me a few of my old posts. This first one was written in April of 2018 and remains, in my opinion, one of the prettiest posts I’ve ever put together. Enjoy the frills and folderols–and yes, still feel free to leave comments! I’m not ghosting … Read More REPOST: The Costumes of “Victoria: Season 1”

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Trekking Out of the Hobbit Hole: WWII Re-Enactment!

I think I’ve pretty much established my passion for World War II history on this blog. It’s been my favorite time period ever since I was little. So many of my favorite movies/TV shows revolve around it, our whole family vacation this year centered around walking in the footsteps of the famous Band of Brothers–and I’m even writing a book about an English family … Read More Trekking Out of the Hobbit Hole: WWII Re-Enactment!

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My Personal 19th Century Aesthetic (or, The Costumes of “Victoria: Season 1”)

I’m glad I’d already decided to write about costumes for this week’s post: my brain is still a bit frayed at the edges after seeing Avengers: Infinity War on Saturday. Once I can write about it without accidentally dropping a spoiler (i.e., once most of the world has seen it), I’ll be sure to post my thoughts! All I’ll say today is that was much better than … Read More My Personal 19th Century Aesthetic (or, The Costumes of “Victoria: Season 1”)