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The Supergirl Dress

Added Jan 9, 2009

by Ludmila Corl...

Bucharest, Romania




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dress from s-s 2009 collection

Material Notes

Technological Poliester Satin






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    Jan 30, 2009, 02.31 PMby hajnika

    Bine v-am gasit!!!Si imi pare foarte foarte bine! Creatia d-voastra m-a prins.E forte sofisticata, mai ales datorita adaugarii din partea din spate a rochiei.Totodata finetea materialului si a culorii o face si mai eleganta.Imi place foarte mult acest look! Va doresc mult mult succes!

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    Jan 12, 2009, 01.55 AMby Ludmila Corlateanu

    This dress as the bubble-train has an element inspired from the Worth Pleats (borrowed from the 17th century: robe a la francaise). So I made this sample (was absolutely thrilled with the result) and because I don’t have a fitting model I’ve putted on myself and modeled in front of my husband. His reaction was: “It looks like a female version of the batman!” So much for the costume history… :)))))))))

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    Jan 11, 2009, 08.35 AMby dressdummy

    I love this dress. The color fabric you chose is fresh, and the blush color makes those black shoes look all the better. The whole look is super feminine without being too sweet. It has a good balance of structure and flow. It looks very fitted yet has room and “give” where a body needs it. And of course the cape is so courageous! I would have never thought of it, but it’s what sets the dress apart; so unexpected yet classic. How clever of you to pair a modern little cocktail dress with an “Old World” cape.

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