Published at Friday, January 31st, 2020 - 09:46:20 AM. wedding. By Agatha Huber.
recommended me to added bone at the bottom just to keep the bottom edge curvy and that was a great idea so I went ahead and apply that I did see that myself but you definitely confirmed it so this is what the dress looks like without the petticoat and just a bodice and outer shell of the skirt very black right so here is a dress with the petticoat underneath and as you can see it gives it the rounded panel shape without the panels so now I’m going to go ahead and line the bodice and put the horsehair in so I went ahead and install my invisible zipper right here and then also cleaned up the center back seam and closed it I’m gonna apply this really wide horsehair braid to the hem of my dress so now I’m going to connect my lining bodice to the bodice of the gown so what I’m going to is just place this like this over
not only did I try to cater to my own tastes but I definitely went and got some more traditional gowns some more modern pieces because I also want to cater to you those of you that are getting married or maybe you’re like me and you just like to see what they look like on or you love trying on fancy dresses if you guys are curious I am a little bit away from getting married I’m not getting married this year probably within the next two to three years I will be getting married so I’m looking forward to that gay this was a fun idea for me and I kind of I’m excited because in the part to also be sitting down and talking to my mom and
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