(This is part of a science fiction world descript.)
I am not known for historical accuracy. In fact, I enjoy dictating the rules when I write science fiction. If I want an ocean planet full of human-eating whales and florescent bubble cacti, then I will make that planet. And I will make some sort of logic for why it exists.
The reason I bring up this hypothetical planet now?
So I can have another excuse to play with this setting.
I want to keep the steampunk roots, but expand on my options. So, here’s what I’ve come up with so far:
- Any attire from early Victorian England to ~1930s England is acceptable.
- American 1920s and 1930s attire is also acceptable, but more prominent under particular circumstances. For example, American 1930s is more likely to be worn by workers on a manual job. And flappers do not randomly walk down the street (they get to mix in with other fancy dress attire at events).
- I’m allowing for some more “pop culture” (ish) views of outfits from this era since I think that’s more fun.
- I am also allowing more modern color and dye options, but neon (or anything similar) is restricted to Ekzers. This means that neon is technically illegal.