Added Aug 6, 2011
San Pedro De Mon...
Just another wedding dress….This one has a drapping on the blouse that goes into a vertical V shape as the neck line, and is done in one piece. All of the draping is worked by hand, does not even have side seams on the blouse, and is made out of chiffon, and a soft lace scalop comes out on the neck line. The skirt is made out of “hankies” all hand rolled and most of them in chiffon and a few in lace, but just a little bit of lace. It has a tiny train and a veil that we finish all with the lace scallops and we applyed by hand some of the lace flowers too. I liked working with this dress, was so light!!! and as you can see the bride`s shape was also so perfect that the dress fitted beautifully on her. Of course the pictures were takien on the final fitting.
Silk chiffon, and silk habotai for lining, also a small amount of lace.
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