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Ladies' Traveling Skirt

Post  techdragon on Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:37 pm

I wanted to show off my newest creation here... As a kilt maker by trade, I decided to adapt the style for ladies. I am, as always, looking for comments and critique. This is an item I do have for sale on my Etsy site (which there are more photos there too) and I am hoping to expand the line. So please, let me know what you think... Smile

Ladies Traveling Skirt made of short-brush corduroy and featuring a map fabric insert, it is accented antique brass and leather accents. The skirt has a small watch pocket on the right hip and also has a leather holder for the fob. Decorated with the treasures of travel, there is a small compass rose, bits of carved bone and wood hanging off a decorative piece of brass. The left hip has a nice sized pocket with a rotary clasp. Unique closure with chain and keys to compliment the button front.


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Post  B. R. Wilson on Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:45 pm

Gorgeous! I'd buy it if I had the coinage, but as it is, would you bet offended if I did something similar, in reference to color and style? Though I was planning on something that could be belted up. Can't really run when the pirates attack if you've got a skirt tangled around your ankles. Also, your other items on etsy are lovely! I'm particularly digging the pockets and the other kilt. Would you even consider making a sort of bandolier, to go across the chest, as opposed to being hung on a belt?
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Post  Lady Penelope on Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:49 pm

Wow, quite nice! Out of my price range, though. Sad
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Post  HettyBattersea on Tue Oct 14, 2008 2:41 am

Oh, that is lovely!


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Post  Prof. George of Chaos on Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:26 am

That's jaw droppingly beautiful.
Reminds me quite heavily of some of Marcus Stratus of the Lastwear crew's work, actually.

I especially like the use of those leather strips over the map panel.
And all those janglish, dangly things! You're making me grin quite a bit.

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