Hello, well. I am cosplaying a character for a convention that is coming up and my dress is supposed to be a high-low style dress… Trouble is… I have NO idea what or how I am going to do this dress. I have bought a black steel boned corset, so the top will not be nessicary, but the skirt… that is where the problem starts. This is how I would like this dress to look:
I am purposly wanting to put a long train on the back, but I don’t know where to find a pattern for that or how many yards I will need. If you are good at this or have made this dress, I would be very greatful for help. Also, if you need more info:
(I am a curvy person. Curvy and Proud! _)
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