I love these shoes! I made them to coordinate with my Marie Antoinette dress ([link]) for Dragon Con 2011. I had to rip apart of the old shoes found on eBay and recover them in matching silk. The sole and heel were then re-attached and the shoes decorated. I used Swarovski Rhinestones, blue pleated velvet, vintage silver lace, and cameos that I added a few more rhinestones too as well A girl can never have enough bling. These took me about 5-6 hours total.
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So, months ago I was asked by a friend to make her wedding dress. She didn't want anything too complicated and no one sold the sort of dress she was after. So I agreed!
We found the perfect fabric at Hancock for super clearance. It took 15 yards of taffeta and 8 yards of Can can netting to create this look. I'm quite happy with how it turned out.
The veil is Yoryu Chiffon from Hancock as well. It's about three yards long and was sewn onto a comb. It was built to flutter in the wind!
She wanted a softer sort of pleat then I'm used to making. I'm usually into the hard knife pleat or the sort I need to make a skirt fit into a waistband. But she wanted very soft and sculptural pleats. It was a fun area of construction that I enjoyed exploring.
Wired, mulled, buckram base. Covered in black bengaline. Red and black satin ribbon trims, as well as a rhinestone-embellished and curled red ostrich feather, a black ostrich feather, red rose, and black cameo.