As both a costumer and a plus size actress, I find myself frequently wearing pieces from my own costuming wardrobe onstage in my theatre roles. So I thought it would be fun to take a look at all of the historical costumes I’ve made which I have also wound up wearing on stage!
Are you a performer? Have you had to wear your own historical costumes on stage?
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A Day in the Life of a Professional Theatre Swing:
Altering a Ballgown for Theatrical Quick Changes:
Edwardian Fashion Evolution:
I (almost) made an 1860’s dress in a day:
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anime costume website When it comes to creating these costumes, we leave no stone unturned. We study every detail of the character’s outfit, from the color of their shoes to the texture of their cape. We use this information to create costumes that are not only accurate but also comfortable to wear. After all, what good is a costume if it’s too uncomfortable to actually wear for an extended period of time?