Hi! This is my first and probably most important (to me) post!
I am going to get married to the most wonderful man next June (2012) and really want to make my own wedding dress. Partly because we’re on a budget; partly because even if we had more money, I don’t think I could bring myself to spend thousands of dollars on a dress; and mostly because I’d love to walk down the aisle in something I worked so hard on that will mean much more to me than something I bought.
Anyway. My issue is that I really want something similar to Olivia Wilde’s 2008 Reem Acra dress and I don’t know where to start. If anyone can give any sort of advice, I’d really appreciate it!
(btw: I’m also not very skilled in adding links/images to this, so apologies if you can’t see the picture. Google searching it is really easy though…)
The august/September 2014 Threads issue has a good article on fabric shopping in NYC.
i saw something similar but i dont remember where :D
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