website introduction：Organization founded in 1953 to "promote the research, artistry and technical expertise in the field of film and television Costume Design".
website introduction：Annual ball based on Celtic and goblin lore; produced by Sypher Art Studios. Images from past balls, event information, ticket sales and related merchandise, FAQ, and mailing list.
website introduction：Worldwide organization of costume professionals and hobbyists. Links to costume resources, events, and area chapters.
website introduction：Includes photographs, renderings, history and information on costuming. Extensive links collection.
website introduction：California, US-based group who enjoy creating and wearing costumes. Includes "The Great Pattern Review", calendar of themed events, image gallery, membership information. Extensive directory of costuming resources.
website introduction：Costume and fashion history, museums, art history, lectures, conservation, and scholarships. Publishes educational journal "Dress".
website introduction：Membership information and costs, calendar of events, scholarship and grant requirements, purchasable publications, and list of associated societies with contact information. Publishes educational journal "Costume"; partial index of past issues.
website introduction：Official site of Costume-Con; convention usually scheduled February, April, or May. Mission statement, index of competition entries and awards, FAQ, news, book recommendations. Resource list for the Washington, DC metro area.
website introduction：Directory of costume & fashion resources. Antique clothing and hair styles, courses on period clothing, costume research library, fashion dictionary, vintage clothing, fashion designers history, vintage hairstyles, fashion history databases, 1920s fashion, 1920s clothing, Edwardian fashions, Victorian clothing
website introduction：USA-based group supporting the costuming industry. Officers and Board of Directors, mission statement, events schedule, image gallery from past competitions, scholarships, list of members, and membership form.
website introduction：A Yahoo group for those who like costumes.
website introduction：Yahoo group discussing costumes for and relating to the Society of Creative Anachronism.
website introduction：Yahoo group for people who love to sew period clothing. Sharing of ideas, troubleshooting, and convention and supplies information.
website introduction：Degree for analyzing and communicating a story through characters' costumes. Description of the coursework, program faculty, curriculum outline.
website introduction：Overview of Bachelor program featuring costuming for theatre and historic museum research. (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
website introduction：Web directory aimed at genealogists looking to identify clothing in family photographs or portraits. General resource sites, accessories, regional clothing, preservation, and vendors.
website introduction：Use WebRing to participate in highly focused and rich online communities.
website introduction：Associate of Arts program. Curriculum and what to expect, career information, and tuition.
website introduction：Associate of Arts program for third year students. Curriculum, career outlook, and tuition.
website introduction：A web index for costumers and those interested in costume. History, images, research, museums, instruction, organizations, events, and large source/suppliers listings.
website introduction：Discussions about how to make, find, and research reenactment costumes or their components, plus tips contributed from the community.
website introduction：Personal history of costuming, image gallery, links, and reviews of costume books.
website introduction：A comprehensive index of costume links for those who study and/or make costumes.
website introduction：Registered charity, founded in 1977 to encourage the study and preservation of costumes and textiles, and to research the history of their their origins and uses.