Susan's Farewell Dress.  I always thought this one was a little odd, but it's a…

"The Farewell Dress" from "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" Susan is wearing a stunning, Telmarine inspired dress as she is saying goodbye to Prince Caspian to return home to London.

Excuse me...I was doing this way before you Katniss. #Archery is cool again!

Anna Popplewell as Susan Pevensie from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Bride Attire: You may wish to wear a white version of the gown she wore to her coronation, which is a scooped-necked dress with fitted waist and wide skirt, with upper sleeves and bell-shaped lower sleeves. A tiara with daffodil designs would be perfect as a head ornament.

Susan Pevensie

Susan's coronation dress from The Chronicles of Narnia Costumes by Isis Mussenden. Susan the Gentle

Open RP Queen Susan) I was shooting my bow in the woods when I heard footsteps. "Who's there?" I call

Cupid’s Bow

You know what I have always wondered. How did Susan feel when all of her family died after the train wreck. She had not forgotten about Narnia but she thought of it as an imagination, a game. She was no longer a friend of Narnia were Peter's words.

Susan Pevensie- the one character that got me loving archery before Katniss, don't get me wrong I love Katniss but Susan is the one who really started the whole "archer woman thing" > PREACH IT!

Holy crap. I just realized this. She's dressed exactly how Merida dressed in Brave. Both are archers and forever alone. Coincidence!? I THINK NOT!!

Someone requested that I post photos of my finished Narnia dress, so here it is! This is my recreation of Susan’s Archery Dress from the first.

Collected Edition combines a love of nature and vintage iconography with modern production techniques

Elegant Metallic Jewelry Uses 3D Printing to Evoke a Handcrafted Aesthetic

culturenlifestyle: “ Elegant Printed Metallic Jewelry by Kasia Wisniewski Brooklyn-based jewellery shop Collected Edition was founded by designer Kasia Wisniewski, an artist inspired by the.

Susan Pevensie: Come on, Peter, "Gastro vascular". Peter Pevensie: Is it Latin? Susan Pevensie: Yes. Edmund Pevensie: Is it Latin for, "Worst game ever invented"?

Susan Pevensie: Come on, Peter, "Gastro vascular". Peter Pevensie: Is it Latin? Susan Pevensie: Yes. Edmund Pevensie: Is it Latin for, "Worst game ever invented"?

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