Monday, March 17, 2008

Martini Glass Dress - drawn on the plane - thoughts?



Thanks to the iPhone and Flickr, I can send this photo and blog from the Jetblue plane. On the left (or top) is the front of the dress. On the right (or bottom) is a side view so that we can see how the bustle and skirt would look from the side. This dress would bustle up twice at the bottom, and be let out for the walk down the isle. The sash at the butt would stay. Skirt in front and side would flare out. Buttons down back. Rouching at lower part of the dress, but must see how that looks...

6 comments:

magwood said...

Capital G Gorgeous.

Mista said...

..sigh...

Anonymous said...

Such gorgeousness...had a thought and want to share it- since it could be cold in evening, why not make a short fabulous jacket to go with it to throw on later in evening that is short (doesn't hit waist) and closes with one amazing button at top of colar bone- just an idea! Love the dress...how did fabric hunting go today? Love you lots- Courtney

Mista said...

That's a good idea...Fabric hunting went a little like this:
http://fashionmista.blogspot.com/2008/03/almost-got-this-wedding-dress-fabric.html

alisabenay said...

If you want to give some extra "umph" to your dupioni, underline it in a layer or two of stiff organza.

Mista said...

good idea, thanks!