Anyone can recommended me which good and silmar pattern from this picture. Thank you

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154336439535360&set=o.24814437475&type=1

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    Jul 2, 2014, 04.43 PMby Deanna31

    Hi, Awesome dress! This is probably the closest pattern you will find on this website:

    http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/pleated-v-neck-dress-102013

    You will still have to do a fair amount of pattern making or draping though. Good luck

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    Jul 2, 2014, 05.36 PMby purplefan

    The fabric print is stunning. When I look at the front of the dress, the print makes it hard to see if the model is wearing a pegged skirt with a skirt overwrap that closes on the left side of the waist.

    But the hemline suggests a graduated hem on a one piece skirt. There’s a January Burda Plus pattern with a similar hemline fall on the front and sides. http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/gathered-dress-plus-size-012014 However, the back of the pattern is not like the princess-seam style skirt back in the photos you show.

    The back of this wedding dress is close-the centre back pieces I would make as one piece so you get the back and sides of the skirt in your photo. The front would have to be drafted for the rising hem. http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/dress-with-top-and-train-032014

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    Jul 3, 2014, 01.53 AMby arisaid

    From the way the fabric pattern lies, it looks as though it is a straight skirt with an overlay which is atttached to a twisted band at the front and straight band at the back. Or even a straight dress with the overlay which would be more practical as you would have more use out of it. The fabric pattern is striking and to get that effect you would need something similar. Would love you to post your effort on this site please…. Looking further the two side panels are shaped with very slight gathering at the waist and the back panel is also shaped (as in an Aline skirt) with more gathering at the waist. If you study the fabric pattern closely you can see this.

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    Jul 3, 2014, 03.16 AMby CarmenW

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