Added Jul 12, 2013
A study has been completed and is to be celebrated. Of course in a particular dress. The search was not too difficult, some links hiked by mail to my daughter and soon the desired model was found. With this dress I had actually already flirted a little, but there are even more possibilities. Just this dress it should be, in this blue and crystal rhinestones. Purchase of material about the many online opportunities no longer rocket science. Just had my daughter due to the geographical distance first believe that everything works. Fabric pattern they got then by mail. The pure sewing has not taken so long, it’s classified as “easy” in the description. The only difficulty here is hidden in the implementation of technical sewing later embroidered with rhinestones semicircle aperture at the neck. Shrinking of a large size 84 to a size 21 however was small flash. The shoes did the “man where the women scream.”
On the day then the big moment came, the handover of the graduation certificate by the Head of the faculty. The 1176 alumni (graduates) of the University all contributed gowns, the corresponding sashes in the color of the faculty and the square also colored beret with the tassel. Green for the Faculty of Agriculture, turquoise for mathematicians and scientists, purple for law and political scientists, red for the physicians, purple for the theologian and Prussian or Berlin blue for the Faculty of Arts (German studies, historians, philosophers, philologists, sociologists , psychologists, etc.) How random right now even the color of the solid dress with the color of their faculty agree. After the presentation of the certificates, the hats were thrown, very important as a symbol of relief after completing his studies. In the photos the personal Hutwerfen is also recorded.
Viskosekrepp, weie und schwarze Strasssteine, Zipper
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