Adding this to ye olde FAQ, as I get asked this question a lot.

What specific references were you looking at while designing Jasmine’s costume?

Racinet’s plates were a primary source of inspiration, along with paging through sites about Persian miniature painting and middle eastern clothing terminology. Searching for this sort of information becomes a lot easier when you have some vague idea of what you’re looking for.

Problematic though that final Jasmine piece may be, this is at least a great starting point for period Persian fashion.

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