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Added Sep 13, 2011

by daughterfish

Brooklyn, New Yo...






I can’t seem to get enough of body suits lately. This one is pretty much the unitard I wished I had in my 5th grade gymnastics class. I call it a solid mix of Blades of Glory meets Logan’s Run.

More on how to make it on my blog Daughter Fish




Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Casual, Evening Wear

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    Oct 6, 2011, 02.30 AMby sernasew

    oooOOOOooohhh it’s glorious with the black skirt!

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    Sep 14, 2011, 12.39 PMby begysh

    Also, maybe it can be good swimming suit with the same fabric.

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      Sep 14, 2011, 04.17 PMby daughterfish

      Oh, yes, great idea!

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    Sep 14, 2011, 04.57 AMby marcy harriell | oonaballoona

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK!!! THIS IS GLORIOUS! alvin ailey is calling!!!

    (i’m loving the ichi fish convo going on, by the way.)

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      Sep 14, 2011, 04.18 PMby daughterfish

      Practicing serious dancer face (with attitude!) as I type!:)

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    Sep 14, 2011, 02.47 AMby poppykettle

    Your finishing on this little number is fan-tabulous – love the diagonal black stripes too – so effective!

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      Sep 14, 2011, 04.19 PMby daughterfish

      Thanks! At first I thought the stripe looked too gymnastics, but now I like them:)

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    Sep 14, 2011, 01.51 AMby variantvi

    LOL thats so awesome. At first I thought it was a dress, but since it’s a unitard that makes it even more awesome!

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    Sep 13, 2011, 03.48 PMby Ruffles Gazebo

    the low back is very flattering! did you paint the black on? oh im so curious as to how u finished the edges. lovely classy look which u can clearly dress very up or a bit cas

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      Sep 14, 2011, 04.20 PMby daughterfish

      Thanks! The stipes are actually sewn in. I just cut up my pattern and inserted black stripes of spandex:)

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    Sep 13, 2011, 12.49 PMby ichigogirl

    Wow, cool! Very 1980’s (which is very modern, or will be, not sure where we are yet)!

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      Sep 13, 2011, 01.53 PMby daughterfish

      You’re in Stockholm, right? Probably means 80’s in are for you, almost for us in the States. You guys are always ahead:) Thanks!

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      Sep 13, 2011, 05.48 PMby ichigogirl

      Yes, I’m in Stockholm. Heh, that probably means I’m a bit slow fashionwise, I tend to like American brands :-). But I did watch an old 80’s movie starring a VERY young Michael J Fox a couple of weeks ago, and I just LOVED the clothes, they looked totally modern, so it’s on its way, definitely… :-)

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      Sep 13, 2011, 05.53 PMby daughterfish

      Oops, Ichigogirl, I meant to reply, but marked your last comment as “inappropriate” and am not sure how to change it! I would wear anything from “Back to the Future!”:)

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      Sep 14, 2011, 08.58 AMby ichigogirl

      No prob, it’s happened before and they check all bolted stuff before erasing :-)
      Found the movie, it was “The secret of my success”, from 1987! I would have guessed 84-85, I guess it’s true that the general notion of 1980’s fashion is actually more like early 1990’s… :-)! Back to the Future IS from ’85.
      Need to watch them again…!

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      Sep 14, 2011, 04.23 PMby daughterfish

      Oh, yes, I’ve watched The Secret of My Success, but it’s been a while. For 80’s fashions, I’ve really been into the Cosby Show lately. Mrs. Huxtable really had it going on! The early 90’s are definitely back in NYC: long flowing flowery skirts and chiffon shirts. It’s a little too sweet for my tastes:)

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      Sep 18, 2011, 10.13 PMby ichigogirl

      Denise Huxtable’s pants with a fold over front… aaah, such a fashion moment! I was inspired by her for years. Not sure about her name, though, the elder daughter!

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