Steampunk fashion is diverse, entwined in popular goth, punk and even lolita culture. It's all about mixing and experimenting: goggles, neckerchiefs, pirate inspired trousers, coils and cables, neovictorian headdresses, the only limit is your imagination:
More great photography by Kat Bret at her website.
Paul K. Stolen is a great scenic and costume designer who creates astounding sets and garments really worth a look. More at his website.
And since everything is better with bluetooth, why not adapt steampunk to modern technology? I found this on Geekologie:
And just when I thought "oh, it's about time someone created a steampunk house", I discovered Sara Carlstead Brumfield's blog, http://thesteampunkhome.blogspot.com, with a few spectacular pics. Whoever thought you could make a coffee table out of old Samsonite luggage?