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Part 2: Sarah’s Labyrinth Ball Gown: A Costume Study
NEW HI-RES PHOTOS and updated information! Click on any photo to see a ton more detail. The photos shown here are large, and will get much larger (thousands x thousands for the resolutions) when clicked.
As promised, I returned to MoPop with my real camera instead of my iPhone camera. I already gave a good deal of information in the first post on this gown. So this post will be mostly photographic, with commentary on new information or things to pay extra attention to beneath some photos. Some shots will be close to the same, but sometimes a lightly different angle shows something just differently enough for it to be clearer. I’ll upload more of these photos to this Facebook album today, though the resolution might get squished.
In the following pictures, pay special attention to the edges of the lace. Two types were used, an eyelash lace for the front half, and a different lace in the lack.
I hope these additional photos are of some help to some of you! I’m already sourcing fabrics for a couple inquiries as my schedule allows me too, and my daughter wants one as well. Because of course she does. She loves fancy things. Like mother, like daughter. 🙂
Up soon…Jareth! Subscribe to get notified of the one. It’s a few weeks out yet. My commissions schedule is too busy for me to start breaking that one down!