HISTORICAL COSTUMES FOR HALLOWEEN

Written by on August 6, 2013 in Patterns, Sewing with 2 Comments

Halloween will soon be here and it is definitely time to start thinking about our Halloween costumes.  I prefer making my own costumes simply because I prefer originality.  I enjoy having a unique costume and design that really is all my own.

Many sewing patterns give us multiple options and, of course, we choose our own fabric and embellishments.  I especially like historical costumes.

Renaissance Pattern

These are a few of the gorgeous patterns available today.  This beautiful renaissance dress is definitely a costume you could wear multiple times.  It will never truly be outdated.

Moving to a later time in history, you may prefer this lovely Victorian style often associated with the American Civil War period.

Simplicity 3727

Simplicity #2881

Either of these costumes would be beautiful and original when you add your own detail and embellishments!

SEE ADDITIONAL HISTORICAL PATTERNS & COSTUMES HERE:

Renaissance Fashion: Dresses, Style and Costumes

Victorian Era Fashion: Dress, Style and Costumes

 


   

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  1. Mandee says:

    These are awesome choices for Halloween costumes and might come in handy for other occasions too! My mom is the seamstress in the family and we have a trunk full of costumes she has made over the years. Mine alone include Miss Kitty (Gunsmoke), Snow White, a witch and a southern belle!

  2. BuckHawk says:

    What beautiful costumes these are. I love the look of vintage or historical costumes for Halloween.

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