What if the Egyptian designers decide it's the next hottest trend , would it be ok?
Anala, I like those earrings! Very beautiful shape!
For the green/gold-ish bra, I agree there is something about the colors. The bottom fabric could work in a Turkish vest I think.
The only people who have created button bras that work are the dancers from The Indigo. I tried to find pictures, but unfortunately I didn't find any.
OK, I have made my share of comments and jokes in the old TPBDC threads. Read these threads too much, and they get to you . . . in an inspirational sort of way . . .
So, my Halloween gift to the forum is my own creation!
I introduce the "300 Eyed Chemical Monster Bedlah!"
I made this for a Haflaween performance. It is not for sale . . . yet. But, I wanted to show that we can all have a little fun with this and laugh at ourselves a bit. I actually learned a lot while making this set, so I plan to blog / have a photo commentary album on the PD Facebook page. In the meantime, enjoy! (The spidery, one-eyed thing is a hair accessory.)
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Are...are those oogley doll eyes
Anala you are a genius! I just wish the images worked to click on. The function is still wonky.
ETA: HAHAHAHA! I just looked at the old thread you linked to. I was the first one to comment and what did I say...? I called you a genius
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Yes, they are the wiggly eyes. I didn't get a video of the dance, sadly; but, my husband assures me they moved when I did. One lesson I learned, though, is the big eyes move better for this type of thing . . . like you would want to repeat this with your own costume!
I need to give you a close up of the liner, since the gallery function isn't working. There was an "inside joke" to the liner
"Well, now that we have seen each other," said the unicorn " if you'll believe in me, I'll believe in you."