Adrianna's incredible steampunk wedding dress #Fashion#blue dress#corset#handmade dress#parasols#steampunk#victorian Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Apr 28 2010) Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Woweewowowza, check out Offbeat Bride Tribe member Adrianna in her fantabulous steampunk wedding dress. She recently did a photo shoot with photographer, Thomas Doggett at the Illinois Railway Museum and produced some amazing old timey fashion photos. The dress (and the jewelry) was designed by Nancy Wong of Aerisk Fashion. It was Nancy's first steampunk wedding dress and she was kind enough to give up all the details… "I was instantly in love with Adrianna's direction for the dress of having influences from the TV series Deadwood and Victorian Fabric and Colors. During the design process of the dress I wanted to keep true to the Victorian era and have design features that punctuates the sci-fi inspirations of steampunk. "I used a lush midnight blue rose pattern jacquard weave because rich blue gave a very regal look and the pattern made it very classy. This fabric was used for the bolero and bustle. To make the blue pop I used a champagne ivory Sateen fabric for the main dress. Then I used a variety of laces to add more richness to the ensemble. The part of the dress that really differentiates the dress from a traditional Victorian remake is the corset, which is made of a dark chocolate brown vegan leather material and adorned with aged brass color buttons and gold chains. Related Post Jessica & Joseph's steampunk/neo-Victorian gamer love celebration wedding You may remember Jes's two fabulous dresses from the Monday Montage a few weeks back. This thoughtful, geeky, steampunk wedding won't disappoint. -Becca "This piece really gave the feel of a refined classy gal living in a rough-n-ready cowboy town. Whose knows what this gal is pack'in in her garter belt." I mean, look how natural she looks in an old West setting. How cool is that? To see more photos from this steampunky fashion shoot, head over to Thomas Doggett's facebook gallery and get ready to get jealous. Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS Crossword puzzle cake NEXT What to do with a groomsman with facial tattoos Show/Hide comments [ 16 ] This is amazing… I feel that I need to stop looking because it makes me want to completely change my wedding dress. 🙂 Beautiful! Reply Simply gorgeous! Reply Wow… this is beautiful! I love that it is steam punk but still maintains the femininity and delicacy of true Victorian. And what an awesome location in the photos! Very lovely indeed. Reply holy hell!!! Reply This Railway Museum is in Union, Illinois! I grew up minutes from here and it would make a great offbeat wedding site for pictures, ceremony, reception, etc.! I love seeing Illinois represented on OBB!!! Reply Sooo not to be crass but your rack is kicken! Are you wearing a normal bra there or is there some sort of old-timey underthings going on? As a busty lady I'm always on the lookout for trade secrets. Reply Nothing special and actually I wore just my normal minimizer bra because the dress is so accommodating. The cut of the dress plus the corset must be what's doing it. Reply God, I love steampunk. Drooling over the corset! Reply Love Love Love it!!! She looks so beautiful. Reply *head explode* fabulous!!! Reply I cannot describe just how much I am lusting for this. Amazing. Can we get close-ups of the jewelry? Reply OMG!! beautiful wonderful! She is gorgeous and feminine and just amazing in these photos. The dress is off the hook!!!! Reply JAW-DROPPING. Reply OMG I didn't even know a steampunk wedding dress could be done so beautifully. Simply Amazing! Reply Hello Where is the best site to get steampunk wedding dresses? Thx Reply Clockwork Couture. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.