Added Oct 17, 2012
When life hands you luxurious silk chiffon featuring a random assortment of characters from non-consecutive seasons of South Park, you buy three yards and make the girliest dress imaginable out of it. Obviously.
Made with McCall’s 6024, this dress started out as a joke. I found the fabric online and teased my boyfriend about actually buying it. His reaction — a horrified “Oh, please don’t” — made it painfully clear I had no choice. This dress had to happen.
100% silk chiffon featuring a South Park print, purchased from a vendor in China via ebay. Underlined with a mystery satin, probably a polyester/acetate blend. Flounces are silk habotai.
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