If you’re new here and looking to start listening to my 1920s action serial Valentin & The Widow from the first adventure, The Mandrake Machine, visit the official page at my website, andrewwheeler.co.uk,
My dear friend Andrew Wheeler’s podcast, Valentin & The Widow, is well worth a listen, especially if you enjoy British accents and old-timey adventures.
Some more detailed shots of my outfit for the Enchanted event in London, England. My outfit was inspired by some of the outfits from Grimore’s 5th anniversairy event which featured some beautiful vintage lace gowns.
Headdress: Handmade by me
Parasol: Baby the Stars Shine Bright
(Worn photo courtesy of Archangeli.)
Coords for the ENCHANTED event in London.
And what an amazing event it was! Lots of wonderful people (astoundingly beautiful, creative, nice and remarkably pleasant to talk to), lots of things to do and to see, lots of fun! I was happy being there, meeting dear old friends and making new ones. Sincere gratitudes to all the organizers, participants and guests - everyone who made these two days so special and magical <3 Hope to visit SFE event next year, wherever will it be!
(Seems too much exclamation marks for one post I’m afraid, but I just can’t help it xD)
You’re my biggest inspiration! I love your coords! <3
My outfit for Enchanted! I had a wonderful time meeting new people and hanging with friends. The crown and orb are handmade to match the dress!
GORGEOUS QUEEN! Perfect outfit, I cannot express enough how much I love this.
Love the crown!
My Saturday outfit for Anime Matsuri! I got a photo with Reika that day.
The BtSSB / AAtP tea party was really fun, I met a lot of new people in Houston, people were surprised that we had traveled so far just for a con but it was totally worth it just to meet everyone.
Halo headdress: handmade by me
Not pictured: socks (Putumayo), shoes (handmade by me)
One of the upcoming reserves from Juliette et Justine showcases the work of Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator, Harry Clarke.
The illustrations are from Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allen Poe (Ireland, 1889 - 1931)
See more of Harry Clarke’s artwork from the book here:
http://50watts.com/Harry-Clarke-Illustrations-for-E-A-PoeYou are a genius my friend
Ah! So glad someone was able to identify this… although this means I want this dress even more now!