Added Nov 19, 2010
San Pedro De Mon...
Well, this time my client ask me to design a dress “fit for a princess”, and I though that a Maria Antonieta queen of France was a good inspiration at the time, so…..look at a few pictures, talt about the type of corset (pushing the bust up) and…..that was it!!! made a fast drawing, came out with the lace and look for the strong golden silk to go unde the silk and give it this wonderfull color…..and the client just adore it!!! so….here it is the dress, with a very happy bride ready for the great day and the superb party!!!! Note: under the dress, there is the bustier that pushes up the bust, and an enormus crinoline!!! By the way: this dress is going to be exibit at the National Theatre of Costa Rica, as part of an exibition of dresses made by the inspiration of another times…… The inspiration period was 16 century, France.
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