Added Apr 5, 2013
San Pedro De Mon...
Evening dress with a very simple line. Strapless and mermaid shape, have been worked in : lace, satin and organza. Also the ornament is lace draped on top of the organza. All the dres has been worked with lace hiding under the organza, and on top of the satin, so you can hardly see it, unless you are very close, then pieces of lace were draped and work by hand on top of the lace to match the different cuts on the skirt. It also finishes with a lace bolero that looks almost transparent and it only shows the mofits of the lace. I enjoy making this dress, my client is a most beautifull lady and the dress does not look as nice on the manequi as it looks on her!! I must mention too, that this is not my design, is a copy of a beautifull gown design by Zuhair >Murad, and in his design instead of draped lace, is all embroidery, but…………we did´n have the time to do that, so I decided to use the lace….I hope you like it!
100%silks: habotai for lining, charmeusse satin, and organza. Cooper color lace.
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