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    Default My current favourite

    has to be that gorgeous coat made by Bev Smith of Yorkshire. No we didn't want to take them off. Luxorious and easy to dance in. I like the sepia picture but you can see the glorious colour here.


    Belly Dance Photo Gallery - Well I think it's beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanazel View Post
    I've deleted unosell from Costumes not once but three or four times. I have sent pm's explaining nicely that advertising is limited to the Market Place. I am beginning to feel a tad bit cranky at being ignored. Time to call in the big dogs, don't you think, Amulya? To route out the purveyor of other "dogs" so to speak.

    Quite annoying, has he/she/it posted lately? Or has gone now?

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    Salome and Anatolyi banned the cad.

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    Pity, I was just starting to appreciate the creativity of the sellers' costumes *evil laughter*

    OK, time for beautiful costumes again:


    I like this color:



    tribaret:


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    A love the new designs that are coming out with draped or shirred chiffon. While I have no idea who this dancer is, I am keeping this photo to help me through a design I have in mind. I am not that fond of pink, or florals; but, the play on fabric contrasts is interesting. And I have this beautiful red and gold sari inspired damask that could work for the skirt, and some red chiffon for the bra, and a red chiffon veil with a similar border . . .

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    Amulya, I love that shade of teal, and I love the triberet costume all together.

    Anala, you will post pictures when you're done, won't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanazel View Post
    Anala, you will post pictures when you're done, won't you?
    Well, I guess 2 years of staring at the fabric is long enough . . . I should probably get started, eh?


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    Anala, I like that costume, it's simple but elegant and the pink totally works in this design.

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    I love both that teal and triberet costume completely! I really need to do a bra/belt in velvet soon.

    Anala, I love that costume so much. I has a very soft, vintage feel to it and is very elegant and i like how they paired the lacey looking darker pink fabric with it. You must start yours immediately and post lots of pictures so we all can drool over it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anala View Post
    Well, I guess 2 years of staring at the fabric is long enough . . . I should probably get started, eh?

    I'd hate to tell you how long I have had some of my fabric. Two years is barely enough time to get to know it well. I have a piece of silk someone brought me from Singapore in 1984, some metallic brocade sent to me from Bagdad about 1987 and a piece of gold and silver shot cotton that I bought about 1978. I think my oldest yardage is a piece of blue tweed my mom bought in the 1950s.
    Last edited by Shanazel; 11-14-2008 at 06:56 AM.

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