Bit of a weird one, I’m making a semi medieval style dress for my wedding but when i look at images (plus the pattern) the skirts are so long and trailing both front and back I’m wondering how the heck I’d walk in it without keep getting my shoes tangled up in the hem or having to permanently hold the skirts up. Does anyone have some wonderful advice? My current thinking is that I’ll make the front just touch the floor and let the back trail but then it changes the whole look and feel
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