Category: Style

“Geralt of Rivendell”: Historybounding Aesthetic

If you prefer the company of animals to people, and are always disappointed when hoods don’t conceal your face in shadow, you may appreciate this rangercore/elfpunk aesthetic.

“Gibson Grimm”: Historybounding Aesthetic

In this article, I describe a historybounding aesthetic that features Edwardian/late Victorian designs with steampunk and fairytale elements.

Historybounding Aesthetics: Intro

Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! Last year, I posted a picture on my Instagram of a sewing pattern by Truly Victorian. Surprisingly, that photo got almost twice as many likes as I usually got during that time, so it showed… Continue Reading “Historybounding Aesthetics: Intro”