Belly dancing outfits can be a colourful, ranging from traditional to Vegas-style.
I occassionally make outfits out of scale maille and chainmaille.
A dress made of cloth strips, made famous in the 1960s by Raquel Welch in ghe movie "One Million Years BC".
The comfy sweater gives the feeling of being warm and comfortable but can be worn to exude a confident sexuality.
Another quintessential male fantasy, it requires the model to create a powerful and dominant character.
A dress made partially or entirely of flowers.
Goth is a post-punk subculture with Victorian influences.
Although there is some overlap with belly-dancing, the gypsy look is more layered with a focus on natural fabrics in earth tones.
This look is a modern spin on the 1960s and 1970s hippy look.
A variety of looks can be created just from different hoods and head wraps.
Masks can be used to create a variety of looks and moods.
Dresses made of newsprint and paper.
Dresses made of partially or entirely of leaves. The character Poison Ivy is an example.
A dress made of ribbons and bows. This one is popular at Christmas and Valentine's Day.
The rope dress a dress made using rope braidework.
The shell dress is the classic mermaid or south-sea islands outfit.
Costuming inspired by Star Trek.
Costuming inspired by Star Wars.
Steampunk has become popular recently, meshing science fiction with Victorian fantasy.
Costuming based on specific or generic super heroes or villians.
Concepts built around a superman (or other super hero) shirt.
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