Ten Must Have Steampunk Accessories For Women

Ten Must Have Steampunk Accessories For Women

Steampunk fashion is a unique and stylish way to express yourself. It’s a combination of vintage Victorian-era and modern elements that create a unique look. Women can create a truly one-of-a-kind style with the right steampunk accessories. Here is a list of ten must-have steampunk accessories for women. From jewelry to shoes, these items will take your steampunk look to the next level.

Steampunk has emerged as a hugely popular subculture with a significant fashion influence over the past few years. The combination of Victorian era designs, with industrial metallic features, and fashion trends borrowed from punk, gothic and rave culture, make for antique-like jewlery with a unique mechanical-inspired designs.

Steampunk features bring to life ordinary items: watches, necklaces, broaches and earrings feature cogs, metal pieces, portraits molds, intricate chains and leather cuffs.

Here on Rebelsmarket, we are definitely crazy about steampunk! As a lass myself, I'm always on the lookout for nifty steampunk jewelry and accessories to give my outfit a bit of Victorian glamour. Here are my picks for 10 of the coolest steampunk accessories for women.

1. Lady Mc Crowdie Steampunk Purple Top Hat, from Jenkitty's Closet

Steampunk top hats for women

This stunning victorian headpiece will complement any steampunk outfit. The mottled black/white top hat is adorned with ornate trim, wrapped in patterned ribbon and is finished with purple feathers, and lace veil. 

2. Hades Shoes Dorgu Stiletto Heels from Egg & Chips Clothing

steampunk women heels

Black synthetic Leather heels with metallic heel embellishments. Step out in steampunk style!

3. Steampunk Necklace Feline / Cat Skull by Catherinette Rings

steampunk necklaces

This cat on a skull necklace looks marvellous. Designed for cat lovers with a steampunk flair, the chain is 18 inches long and can be adjusted to suit any neckline. Meeeow!

4. Victorian Steampunk Cream Choker from Verope

Steampunk choker

A simple elegant necklace, this steampunk victorian lace choker will suit a plunging V neck or a strapless corset or evening gown. One of a kind wearable art creation from Verope.

5. Leather Steampunk Accessory Belt Bag Hip Purse from One Leaf

steampunk belts

This is the perfect accessory for the woman on the go. The handmade belt bag is the perfect accessory for a neovictorian influenced outfit.

6. Paisley Flair Victorian Steampunk Masquerade Domino Eye Mask by Jenkitty's Closet

steampunk mask

This brilliant eye mask is both delicate and striking. Wear this if you want to be the belle of the masquerade ball.

7. "Apocalyptic Sands" Brutal Metal Adjustable Bracelet from Steampunk BDSM

Steampunk bracelet

At a post-nuclear apocalyptic wasteland people will use in jewelry images of destroyed industrial world. This bracelet is specially made ​​in the rough grungy style to show the beauty of handicraft production in an apocalyptic future. This steampunk bracelet is a showstopper. Wear this cuff with an evening dress for a truly unique and beautiful look.

8. Leather neck corset/Posture collar, from Sky Pirate Creations.

steampunk necklace

Are you keeping that back straight? Add a little fetish flair to your steampunk wardrobe with this leather posture collar/neck corset. Handmade and clasping with a leather buckle, the artist can create collars in whatever size you require.

9. Earrings Luxury Silver Color Watch Parts from Steampunk BDSM

Steampunk earrings

This pair of elegant Steampunk Earrings have an avant-garde design that will stand the test of time. Pair them with any colour of outfit and look amazing.

10. Steampunk Butterfly Brooch from Sparkles By Gem

steampunk brooch

This steampunk brooch features decorated with watch parts and coloured rhinestones. A stunning and unique piece for the steampunk enthusiast.

Happy Shopping! Enjoy your purchases and don’t be afraid to wear all of them at once!


About the Author

Steff Green

I’m Steff Metal, the writer behind Gothic Wedding Planner. I’ve been crazy about gothic and alternative weddings ever since I planned my own in 2008, and I love finding dark and delicious wedding inspiration to share with you. I’m a vision-impaired writer living in New Zealand with my cantankerous drummer husband and our medieval sword collection.By day, I ghost blog and create marketing copy for alternative business and write articles about art, fashion and music, and at night, I tear up the mosh pit at my local metal bar. My life is dominated by travel, writing, music and the eternal quest for the perfect sausage roll.