Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Commercial available leather corset.
The skirt is made of black burnout velvet and lined with silver grey dupioni silk. The skirt has a godet inserted in the back seam to create this fan like look of the train.
I bought three ready-made pearl belts at a local clothing store. They were sewn onto a base of black velvet. A vintage jet pearl ornament was used as brooch for the collar part.
Formerly I had gauntlets made of artificial leather. But I was not satisfied with the appearance of them. So I made new fingerless gloves out of an old leather coat.
The headbands are made of stainless steel. A friend of mine made them for me.
This was really the hardest part to make. I had only one meter of a ready-made cock feather trim, so I had to make the rest (about 3,5 meters) on my own. Therefore, I decomposed a feather boa made of cock feathers and glued them into bias tape. Then I fixed them additionally by sewing over the bias tape. This self-made and the ready-made feather trims were sewn onto a cape made of black fabric.
Tararize what pattern did you use for the skirt?
CasualCostumer How did you make the stole/coat/whatever it's called. It's fantastic!!
Gekko Kamen What a gorgeous Padme....¡¡¡ Lovely work... congratulations...¡¡¡
Fluffydragon84 that looks really good : ). Good job on the necklace thingie