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Dressing Top Notch with Steampunk (for women)

Headed to your next cosplay adventure? Then check out these money-saving ways to dress top notch without breaking the bank!

Starting from the bottom up

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I know it’s easy to break the back on shoes. So we went and found something that does the trick without costing a fortune. Check out these mid-calf riding combat boots.

No need to wear foot apparel that kill your feet

Available in black, brown, grey, and tan, you can stride in comfort AND style.

Price: $41.99

Dressing hip to the hip

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It’s easy to go way overboard and blow the bank on leggings or pants. But you don’t have to.

With these criss-cross lace up buckle-strap leggings, you can make the look for less than twenty bucks. (Way less than hunting down some LuLaRo leggings and forking over your whole wallet.)

Price: $18.16

Putting on the ritz

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While you’re free to shop for a leather corset, sometimes that can be a bit on the nose.

Instead, check out this nicely detailed waistcoat with buttons, available in more than a dozen colors.

With the nice detailed finish, it will perfectly round out your look.

Price: $28.99

Topping it all off

No look is complete without the proper hat. As I’ve said before, the glasses-on-hat thing has become an overused cliche.

Something like this is a bit more original.

A chic hat with a steampunk pin will polish up your look perfectly.

Price: $22.90.

Of course there’s a lot more you can do to dress the part. What’s your favorite steampunk accessory?

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