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Headpiece for "ocean" costume for youth play.  The base is a plastic sun visor.  Craft flex foam is glued onto base and then cut to design.  Other pieces are layered on top.

Headpiece for "ocean" costume for youth play. The base is a plastic sun visor. Craft flex foam is glued onto base and then cut to design. Other pieces are layered on top.

If you're going to do it, then you might as well do it properly! 1. Bavarian-style alpine hat. Typically made of felt or suede. Decorated with pheasant and ostrich feathers. 2. Traditional Bavarian trachten shirt. Commonly white or a plain checked pattern in blue, red or green. 3. Lederhosen.  4. Knee socks. 5. Leather boots. #oldworldHB www.oldworld.ws

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If you're going to do it, then you might as well do it properly! 1. Bavarian-style alpine hat. Typically made of felt or suede. Decorated with pheasant and ostrich feathers. 2. Traditional Bavarian trachten shirt. Commonly white or a plain checked pattern in blue, red or green. 3. Lederhosen. 4. Knee socks. 5. Leather boots. #oldworldHB www.oldworld.ws

giles 2015 - Google Search

giles 2015 - Google Search

illuminated P - Bing Images

illuminated P - Bing Images

Under the Sea Wearable Art Costume in fabric art with Vinyl VHS Upcycled Salvaged Reused Recycled Metal Fabric

Under the Sea Wearable Art Costume

Under the Sea Wearable Art Costume in fabric art with Vinyl VHS Upcycled Salvaged Reused Recycled Metal Fabric

Fashion remained deliberately fluid, throwing out feelers in all directions, when they all swing one feelers were cast in the direction of the 1920s, especially by Hardy Amies in London, who showed suits with straight unbelted hip-hugging jackets over straight skirts.

Fashion remained deliberately fluid, throwing out feelers in all directions, when they all swing one feelers were cast in the direction of the 1920s, especially by Hardy Amies in London, who showed suits with straight unbelted hip-hugging jackets over straight skirts.

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