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Tiffany's dress

Added Nov 17, 2010

by howjoyful

Crestline, Calif...






I made this dress for my friend Tiffany, she wanted something very simple but cute to attend her cousin’s wedding, we used satin she already had from a toga party and added 3 layers of blue chiffon. It was strapless at first but then, since she wanted to be really comfortable to jump and dance we decided to add straps.

I wanted a very soft layered look in the bottom so I cut all layers apart.

I blogged about it in my personal blog.




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    Dec 3, 2010, 01.21 AMby iheartkristin

    Hi! the dress is beautiful, how many yards of chiffon did you use? i want to make something similar. and did you use circle skirts for such a full flowy look or simply a wide skirt on the layers of chiffon?

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    Nov 18, 2010, 12.07 AMby lilyw

    hey how did u get the bodice like that?? ive been trying FOREVER to get that twisty-gathered effect. SOOO PRETTY!!! :D cud u pls help??

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    Nov 17, 2010, 09.23 AMby niña blanca

    I love the dress to, it looks great on your friend…I love the shape of the dress and the colour as well. I like the top part, the ruffles at the bottom, and the straps. The position of straps is very effective. ;)

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      Nov 17, 2010, 12.28 PMby howjoyful

      Thank you :D!

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    Nov 17, 2010, 01.10 AMby gaviccaabri

    That’s just gorgeous! It looks so comfortable, juvenile, fresh, breezy and elegant. Great great job : )

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      Nov 17, 2010, 12.29 PMby howjoyful

      Thank you!!

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