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Fantasy Rococo by DaisyViktoria Fantasy Rococo by DaisyViktoria
My Fantasy Rococo costumes, female and male. I dreamed of these costumes for quite some time, and I made them for Dragon*Con this year.
If you'd like to purchase costumes like this, these styles are by commission only, so feel free to contact me!

Models: Daisy Viktoria (me!) and Chris Taylor
Photographer: Brian Crisan

More pictures here: [link]

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TheStrayLiger Jul 19, 2013  Student General Artist
*adds this to the list of things I'd literally kill to wear just for 5 minutes*
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Doll-Of-Murder Sep 16, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Lovely gown
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Nils-Iver Jul 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
So are Taylor a tailor? rhymes does it not? :D
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LadyGothique Jul 6, 2012   Traditional Artist
Wow, they're amazing! :D
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Bethamy May 27, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
My husband and I would love to wear something like this out for one of his art shows...so fun.
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:iconprofessorbats:
Goodness! This is amazing!
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MADmoiselleMeli Nov 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
simply gorgeous!
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Avey13 Oct 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Now THAT'S some true rococo!
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:iconpink-a-roo:
Wow!! It looks so authentic <3
....just out of curiosity, how many petticoats are you wearing underneath the dress?
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carolin54323 Apr 9, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
If you're ever in the UK, go to Whitby Gothic Weekend dressed like this. It started off as a Dracula related event, then as a goth event, and now it's just an excuse for goths and non-goths alike to dress up in various kinds of period finery and more fanciful anachronisms. Lots of fun, lots of pretty clothes.
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