I am making a dress from my own pattern but need advice for the closure.
the dress is strapless and has a sweetheart neckline. I want to put a laceup back in it with gromets but I do not want the laceup to go very far down my back (until my natural waist line)…is there an invisible type of closure I could add below the laceup part so that I can still get into the fitted dress?
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