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The One Ring to rule them all The one ring that would bring destruct… #fanfiction #Fanfiction #amreading #books #wattpad Cosplay, Model, Fantasy Dresses, Fantasy Dress, Haar, Giyim, Fantasy Gowns, Formal, Robe

Second Book The One Ring to rule them all The one ring that would bring destruction down on everyone. Including the Stormborn family. What's left of the them anyway. So when the company of Rivendell sets out on the journey to destroy the ring. What happens to them when the ring becomes powerful and calls out to others? What will happen to those Atalanta loves most? What will happen when she realizes she finds love? Will she ignore it? Or will she pursue a life full of love and pleasure? Or…

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Confessions of a Seamstress: The Costumes of Star Wars - Padme Amidala Films, Cosplay, Queen Amidala Costume, Padme Amidala Costume, Movie Costumes, Padme Costume, Star Wars Outfits, Star Wars Padme Amidala, Star Wars Costumes

Let's be honest. Every costumer geek worth their salt knows something about the costumes of Star Wars. They're iconic. And there are tons of websites devoted to (or devoting sections to) the making of and how to reproduce these costumes. So what am I doing here? This post is purely a love letter to the costumes of Padme Amidala. It was her beautiful dresses that sparked much of my interest in costume design (other than the Tudor England variety) and to this day I remain in awe of the…

Padmé Amidala's wardrobe - Wookieepedia - Wikia Cosplay, Darth Vader, Costumes, Queen, Costume, Women, Star Wars Outfits, Costume Design, Star Wars Costumes

Padmé Amidala's wardrobe was a vast collection of personal and state clothing owned by Padmé Amidala, who maintained the collection throughout her tenures as Queen and Senator of Naboo. The purposes of the garments and accessories varied, including royal attire for official functions that had protective features, disguises such as handmaiden uniforms for when her life was threatened, everyday outfits suitable for when she was not working, and personal belongings like the japor snippet…

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