Looking for a flapper look from the fab 20s? Here's an easy and sparkling option. You can choose any mermaid skirt you want, and add this black and silver over skirt on top of it. I've also included a panel skirt in my store if you wish for a more squat-and-pants friendly option, although this one can get pretty wide with leg moves.
My new black lace sequin skirt is available with all kind of color lining! And I really like the look with an old school medallion belt. It's like the best of both world being put together. By the way, this belt is mine and I don't sell any, but it's also very easy to make with a little time and an online tutorial like this one: http://nctribal.blogspot.ca/2007_08_01_archive.html
The mysterious Do Senecal, sporting one of the first mermaid skirt. Should I offer this fabric again? Gypsy velvet anyone?
Black roses triangle scarf (and belt) over my new black lace skirt. A pretty shiny kit, but just enough to pull it nicely in front of a black stage curtain. The belt is left with space for you to adorn it even more.
The beautiful bearded lady impersonated by my dear friend Mel. Garter-pants, bustle-skirt and blouse by Creaturre. Hairylicious :P
I happened to create this bolero cut last year for Chicago Tribal Rev. It's gorgeous and I've sold a lot, but I feel I can upgrade it even more, explaining the "why it's not in my shop to be sold" yet.