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Topic: Promalong - Making your own Prom dress? Join the club!  (Read 302846 times)
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« Reply #970 on: March 27, 2006 03:27:46 PM »

HaHa....1st Comment!! Anyway....
Well Ive been thinking about a dress that I have to make for school for a assesment I'm having, and I've been thinking like a baby pinky (but not that girly) corsety kinda top bit and then a almost tutu thing at the bottom with gold trimming around the waist and neck line, But!! I'm completly stuck 4 a sutible material!! Can Anyone help Huh
I want it to be all like...kinda tight at the top then just lovely and flowey at the bottom, If u have any suggestions they would be soooo appraicated!!!
Thanks xo
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« Reply #971 on: March 29, 2006 05:32:38 PM »

so i kind of want to copy another dress now, because i'm just not in the mood to even attempt that other dress

i fell in love with these two:

http://www.simplydresses.com/_cache/abfaef523c61af5bde9b786fa16aaf73.jpg
http://www.lafemmefashion.com/images/store_items/1177_2.jpg

i like the second one better, but the first one is easier to make and is also in my price range anyway
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« Reply #972 on: March 29, 2006 08:11:50 PM »

oh wow. that gold dress is gorgeous talz. it will be more difficult  but im sure it'd be worth it.
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« Reply #973 on: March 29, 2006 08:36:07 PM »

oh wow. that gold dress is gorgeous talz. it will be more difficult  but im sure it'd be worth it.

I agree.  Shocked That is stunning. I don't know if I could personally pull off the gold. I might do it in a pale blue or a teal. But where did you find that gold dress? Me want!!!
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« Reply #974 on: March 30, 2006 01:12:53 PM »

oh wow. that gold dress is gorgeous talz. it will be more difficult  but im sure it'd be worth it.

I agree.  Shocked That is stunning. I don't know if I could personally pull off the gold. I might do it in a pale blue or a teal. But where did you find that gold dress? Me want!!!

ugh i totally fell in LOVE with it

it's by La Femme... it's about $390

and i agree about the gold, that's why i would want to attempt it myself... i've never seen such a gorgeous dress
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« Reply #975 on: March 30, 2006 07:38:42 PM »

sooo i've sorta fallen in love with this betsey johnson dress...

now i'm done with proms..but my boyfriend is a marine and they have a ball in november...does anyone thing that this is possible to make?!? any patterns or suggestions would be greatlyyyyy appreciated!!!
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« Reply #976 on: March 30, 2006 08:38:32 PM »

yeah, that dress is totally doable. it's just a basic tube dress with an A-line skirt, most of the big pattern companies have a pattern for it. there's probably a small petticoat underneath, then there's a WIDE ribbon that wraps around the front and ties in the back, and evenly spaced ruffles of lace, it looks like they were sewed on to a sheer overskirt, and lace at the top.
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« Reply #977 on: March 30, 2006 09:32:31 PM »

would this be the appropriate pattern   


to make the dress that i posted..2 comments about this one

oh and can anyone tell exactly what the blue fabric is thats on the skirt part..it almost looks like tulle or something to me
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« Reply #978 on: March 31, 2006 02:46:41 AM »

would this be the appropriate pattern   

to make the dress that i posted..2 comments about this one

oh and can anyone tell exactly what the blue fabric is thats on the skirt part..it almost looks like tulle or something to me

yuup. i think so!! =)
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« Reply #979 on: March 31, 2006 08:28:49 AM »

Ok so my Prom is in June and I know I want to make my own dress, but I totally do not have a clue what it should look like v.v
I want to do something, sort of original, not your standard Prom dress but I really do not know where to start .___. So has anybody here ever done an original (read=weird) dress. Or does anybody have any links to any good prom dress sites (with LOTS of pictures) ? I really don't have a clue and any form of help would be greatly appreciated! <3
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