Edwardian/late Victorian (1890 to 1914) formal wear and "Gibson Girl" hairstyle
I've been able to locate a great many items in the Daz 3D store, Renderoisty, and elsewhere with a "steampunk" theme, many of which can serve well for late Victorian or Edwardian Era fashion. However, the selection is tilted heavily toward daytime wear, lingerie and accessories (hats, gloves, boots, jewelry, etc.) All of those are fine but I need to find two other categories of items:
1) Formal wear (i.e., evening dresses or ballgowns) in the general 1890's/Edwardian Era/Belle epoque style - think the kind of gown that the "Gibson Girl" wore in Charles Dana Gibson's famous drawings, or evening gowns like those in Titanic and the first season of Downton Abbey. See the Wikipedia entry here:
2) Speaking of the Gibson Girl, I also need to find hairstyle items that look like, or can be morphed to look like, the big round pompadours that were so characteristic of women's hairstyles in the 1900's. Again, see the Wikipedia entry on the Gibson Girl for several representative examples:
Regency Era gowns, such as Sensibility and its expansions, won't quite cut it for this purpose (unless we're talking about 1910-1914 dresses which recaptured the Empire waist style in some ways).