Holy crap! :shok:
ive saved costumes with bras like that. I would find some extra fabric, if there is an accessory that can be used, or maybe from the skirt and use that to remodel the bra: take the middle bit out, replace with bigger middle bit covered with the fabric and embellishments from an accessory. And it would look like it has always been like that.
i can't see what the materials used as beads are, from my screen it looks like pebbles. But sure isn't. Replaced with minimal fringe this would work. The mirror pieces would make it extra glittery
:shok: NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED....Came across this one. I was thinking, if the middle bit of the cup on the left is removed and adjusted to match the rest of the beading it could be ok? Depending on the belt/skirt of course, that would need the same flower arrangement
I second this. The waistband on the first could be nice on a dancer with long torso and would possibly help defining the waist.Have we had these yet?
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The first one would be nice without the oddly placed blue ribbons across the chest and around the waist. Not a fan of the yellow one but it might be improved if one were to lose the sleeve and echo the hip embroidery on the bra so the latter doesn't look like someone stitched a few extra beads on a piece of yellow lingerie. The green one... I dunno. Hate the shape of the bra cups and don't like the nude/green split. The fourth one is rather nice; I'd like to see the back.
This was a nice costume - untill I noticed the white ruffled godets. :think: "We have some left over ruffles, why don't we add them to this nice and green left-over costume to add some extra flare?"
Interesting use of lines in this one. "Feeling too skinny lately? Add some extra pounds instantly with this purple love...