Added May 22, 2013
A wedding dress that I’ve made for a customer who wanted a real corset on her wedding but looked just as a dress still.
This is not really a dress, but a three piece look with a separate corset, skirt and petticoat. Corset and skirt are med inte 100% silk fabric. The petticoat (which I forgot to take some good pictures on) are med from tulle, 17 metres total!
The corset pattern are based on Laughing Moons 1880’s Victorian corset, but altered in some ways. The other pieces are just improvised. ^^
The pictures are taken by http://johannatorbjornsson.se/
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