Photoshoot Sample

Steampunk Noir – Black Victorian Gothic Wedding Dress

$695 $345

Delight in your dark side in this stunning Steampunk ball gown. It’s made of a black taffeta with velvety damask patterns throughout. The bodice is a steel boned corset, perfect for hugging your every curve, and the bustled jacket clasps over the top with an ornate bronze-buckled belt. A ruffled hoop skirt flares out at the hips in a wide beautiful bell shape. It’s the perfect gown to turn heads at a Steampunk event, a Gothic Masquerade ball, or wherever you should choose to wear it.

This is a 4 piece set which includes the following items:

  • Dress Jacket
  • Bustle Overskirt
  • Ruffled Hoop Underskirt
  • Black Satin Hourglass Corset

Only one available.

About This Item

This is a photoshoot sample, gently used and in excellent condition.  It will arrive to you washed and starched for freshness.

Please note – the jacket and skirt were made from different bolts of fabric.  The color of the flocking patterns is not a complete match.  Because of this, I’ve figured a deeper discount into the cost of this set. Please view the last couple of photos – they best show the color variation.

Measurements

Please take your measurements before purchasing to be sure this will fit.  When you check out, add your measurements in the spot provided  (you’ll see it in the page that loads after clicking the “proceed to checkout” button).  I’ll use them to be sure I’m sending you the correct corset size.

Size Bust Waist High Hips Low Hips
Small 33-36″ 26-29″ 34-36″ 36-39″

The hoop underskirt is about 38 inches in length.  You can place it higher or lower on your hips, and with this bit of adjustment, it fits heights from about 5’4-5’7″ with flats, or about 5’2-5’5″ with heels.

Frequently asked questions

Can you make this item in my size and/or in a different color?

Yes I can.   Click here for information on custom order availability.

I already have a corset.  Can I order just the jacket and skirt?

Unless you own one of my exclusive hourglass corsets, the jacket most likely won’t fit over the top.  Both my corset and jacket pattern are unique (I draft all my own patterns) and thus, my jackets do not fit properly over corsets from other shops.   They also do not fit natural form (uncorseted).