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Reenactment

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Reenactment. Get inspired and try out new things.
Southron Creations: Civil War Skirt and Blouse: Right or Wrong?

If you're a first-time reenacting lady, heading for "sutler row" to buy your first outfit, you'll see them everywhere. Beautiful billowing white peasant blouses and lovely full flowered skirts. Perfect! You find a set in your size and POOF! You're a reenactress! Then you get on a reenactor online forum and you see this discussion about "the dreaded skirt and blouse combo." You read it and you're in the dumps - apparently the mismatched skirt and blouse are ALL WRONG and were never worn…

Several pictures shows the trossfrau wearing some sort of socks, and I'm currently working on figuring out the two different common styles Would be nice to wear during summer instead of full length...

Several pictures shows the trossfrau wearing some sort of socks, and I'm currently working on figuring out the two different common styles Would be nice to wear during summer instead of full length...

Vikings by Jim Lyngvild.    Modern day viking inspiration. Costumes are all hand made and original.  Viking, original, costume, northern, reenactment, Jim Lyngvild, Ravnsborg, clothes, warrior.   jim.lyngvild@eb.dk

Vikings by Jim Lyngvild. Modern day viking inspiration. Costumes are all hand made and original. Viking, original, costume, northern, reenactment, Jim Lyngvild, Ravnsborg, clothes, warrior. jim.lyngvild@eb.dk

18th century Maid Costume – Inspiration

I’ve been interested in working class dress lately. And more specifically 18th century maids costumes. searching the net I’ve found lots of pics of pretty outfits and great pattern mixi…

1861-1865: Civil War Clothing-Layer 1: cotton or linen "drawers," chemise (long undershirt), stockings

I've been recently asked a few questions concerning how a lady dresses in my Civil War Reenacting hobby, and I thought now might be a good time to cover that. This particular question will depend on the impression you portray, but for the most part, everything is still the same, just the colors and material change. Let’s start with the basics. These will be according to closeness to skin, so we’ll begin with your ‘unmentionables’, and work our way out! Layer 1 * Drawers made of cotton or…

Fanny Wilk, Temps d'Elegance, guide to 18th century fabric patterns

You all — especially our Patreon supporters, whose requests we take very seriously! — have been asking for an in-depth review of The Duchess (2008) for a while now, but I’ll admit to being overwhel…