Added Dec 28, 2011
Port Of Spain, T...
This is a vintage styled wedding dress I made with a couple unique add-ons to represent my personality and preference. I made this dress over a period of about 4 days just prior to the wedding. Time did not permit me to add buttons all along the back seam of the dress but I was still happy with the outcome.
-It has a ruched wrapped front style with a silver thread stitched frill on the front crossover. I used this to add some interest to the neckline of the dress
-The skirt is a half circle skirt with a dip in the back to give the train
- The dress is fully button up with covered buttons and loops
- Decorate trim was added to the silk fabric banding that ties in a simple bow at the back of the dress
Silk fabric, beaded trim, covered buttons, silver thread and polyester lining was used to make the dress.
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