Still a bit poofy, but every bit as fun!
My weird tie down method (posted about this yesterday) did work a little. It’s definitely not as fluffy, but it’s still larger then I need it to be....but I’m okay with that!
(And yes, I’m wearing a shirt under it...I’m not much of a fully-strapless-dress person.)
Alors comme ça, les #apprentis#plombiers ont visité les locaux techniques de la médiathèque de #Tulle ce matin avec le responsable technique ?
Ah mais c'est normal !! Nos apprentis sont les rédacteurs du prochain livre #numérique#Numook et ... devinez le thème ? 🤔 L'art des gestes techniques de la #plomberie !!
Quand on vous dit qu'on peut joindre le numérique aux métiers du #BTP c'est pas une blague !
During yesterday’s AMA, lots of people asked me if I know how to make patterns, if I can sew, if I ever make the big ball gowns I like sketching. The answer is YES! Here is a gown and corset from an old collection of mine—2012???? I did everything myself on both pieces. They are both made of leather and tulle, fully lined and boned. Yes, those are the raw edges of the leather and you’re supposed to see the spiral steel bones sticking out. They’re capped, so they won’t cut you or anything like that. The gown has black organza underskirts with horsehair trim, meant to be exposed. Flick through for some process shots. Check out the last pic to see how big the skirt is.