We share our fave burlesque fashion Instagram posts from this month. Expect burlesque costumes, teasewear and high fashion influenced by showgirl glamour.
Burlesque Fashion Instagram Roundup March 2015
We’ve already shared the must-know burlesque news. Now we’re looking at the burlesque fashion Instagram posts that got us talking this month. Prepare for tease, glamour and burlesque dancing galore.
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Rossy De Palma
Actress and muse, Rossy De Palma, showed off her showgirl side in this snap by famed fashion photographer, Ruven Afanador. Plus, these gorgeous feather fans were created by none other than burlesque dancer, Catherine D’Lish.
Texas burlesque dancer, Coco Lectric is known as one of the most prolific women on the scene and she has got the style to match. This two-toned embroidered burlesque outfit is almost as beautiful as what’s underneath. Wink.
LA fetish model, Emily Marilyn has shared this gorgeous lingerie set. It’s a modern take on a classic and we wants!
Last but by no means least is French showgirl, Maud Amour bending over backwards in the name of burlesque dancing. A fringe dress fuses tease and 20s glamour. We’re sure you’ll agree that it works.
In November 2015 New York burlesque dancer, Cassandra Rosebeetle was ice skating in Barney’s window. Seriously. She is known for beautifully outrageous burlesque costumes and her Vie en Rose flamingo number is no different.
Pinup model and burlesque dancer, Mika Romantic hails from Eastern Pennsylvania and by the power of the internets shared this cheeky boudoir shot this month.
Ooh and what’s that she’s wearing? A daring and darling Miss Mosh playsuit!? Yes, please.
Speaking of darling, next up is London cabaret artist, Lydia Darling. Her taste for the macabre shows its sweet side with her latest Marie Antoinette act. Decadence at its best.
The Lady Josephine
From Montreal, Canada comes The Lady Josephine seen here as Miss Sheath, the fencing mistress at Vancouver International Burlesque Festival. What a way to be an avante garde BAMF.
Italian burlesque performer, Cleo Clara combines 20s flapper style and Theda Bara magnetism with a contemporary edge. The co-creator of Voodoo Deluxe is seen in this #tbt spreading her wings at Viva Las Vegas.
We’re especially loving the term whipteaser. Crack!
(Main image from Toronto Burlesque Festival)