The particular term Steampunk is created in 1987 by the science fiction writer K.W. Jeter, who was looking for a common phrase to categorize a collection of literary works all set in 19th-century Victorian England in his novel Morlock Night. Steampunk now is a popular subculture utilized in performances, movies, and on television.
The style of Seampunk dress is Victorian-inspired, and is often constructive with whimsical, fanciful mechanical 'technology', which makes it most distinctive with the traditional Victorian dress. With Victorian look in concept, Steampunk can be shaped to fit almost any mold without set guidelines. Whether you would like to simply dress yourself in the romantic Victorian fashion, or make it a bigger part of your life, there is actually a steampunk style for you personally.
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