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« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2004 08:45:10 AM »

i made a can-can/bordello costume a couple years ago. i just found a long flowy skirt at goodwill and sewed layers of lace on the underside, bought a corset at hot topic, and a wig and a sparkly tophat at a costume store. top it off with high heeled shoes (found at goodwill), some fishnets, frilly underwear, and makeup and voila! can-can dancer  Cheesy
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« Reply #11 on: October 31, 2004 12:07:51 AM »

YAY!  Ok tomarrow is Halloween and I actually followed through this time!  I made a costume using a couple of patterns and lots of pics from online to get a better idea of the look I wanted.  I had lots of help from my mommy (she saved me many times from freaking out Cheesy!)  Yeah it was hard but I love what I have so far! I have already warn it twice and will post pictures and a better description later!  HUrrah  Grin.

PS.  Thanks again for everyone's help and I would love to see what you all came up with too!
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