Jenn at Ms. Makes mashed up Wonder Woman and Renaissance garb with brilliant results:
It’s a version of late fifteenth century Florentine dress. Jenn describes the details:
“The outfit is based on those common in 1490’s Florence, largely documented by Domenico Ghirlandaio, and consists of a camicia, side lacing gamurra (with bead and sequin embellished neckline decoration), a set of tie on sleeves (also embellished), a velvet giornea, and a #tambourbeading embellished and faux leather belt! Other accessories include a lasso holder, faux hair braid, and a diadem […]”
She also shared some details of the costume, like the beaded collar piece…
…and detachable sleeves, lined, with another set of embellishments from Wonder Woman’s costume:
Absolutely breathtaking! Jenn mentions using a beading technique called tambour beading, which I hadn’t heard of before. I just love learning new things from my fellow textile geeks!
Note: I wasn’t paid or perked to mention this; just passing along a good thing.