Posts Tagged ‘1930s’

Here are some photos of the finished 1930s gown I made for Erin:

Of course, my mannequin, Belinda, doesn’t quite do it justice. But I’m hopeful that Erin will send me photos of her in it πŸ™‚


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Here’s Phase Two on the 1930s gown:

The images show the lined bodice without sleeves, the yoked sash, the circular flutter sleeve, and finally the completed bodice.

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Vintage and retro styles have been on the way back for some time now and I think it’s great! πŸ™‚ There are so many feminine silhouettes from 20th century fashions that celebrate the female form. Currently, I’m working on a project that takes its creative breath from Old Hollywood Glam.

I just want to show you little bits as I move along through the project. (Belinda, my beautiful mannequin, is only an A cup, so please excuse my extra padding to make her more like my customer!) This gown is being made with icy blue silk charmeuse. In these photos, I have begun the bodice. It features a center seam, shirred sides, and a sweetheart neckline. These photos show the construction without the lining. I thought I’d take along during the process so you could see some Hollywood Glam in the making. πŸ™‚

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