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Labyrinth Ball Gown
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Published: June 7, 2013
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"This gown was created for one of my friends who had wanted Sarah's dress from Labyrinth since she was a little girl, and wanted to have the perfect gown to wear to the The Labyrinth of Jareth Masquerade Balll this summer. While honoring the beautiful shape and the color scheme (white dress with yellow detailing in the center of the corset) of the original dress, I modernized the look a bit by using heavier fabrics like satin, brocade, crushed satin, and embroidered lace, and by making the puffed sleeves slightly smaller. This dress was an excited project for me, not only because I made a dream come true for a dear friend, but because it was my very first commission!"
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LxxneyTuneNew Deviant
I w a n t t h i s o n m e n o w
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Angel0413Hobbyist General Artist
So pretty did you make this all by yourself and if you did what’s the secret to making this gown
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veronarmonHobbyist Traditional Artist
This is wonderful! I'd like to see a lady wear it
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I would love to wear something like that. Starry eyed. Starry eyed. Starry eyed. 
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13devilgirl13Hobbyist General Artist
:heart:
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sharirHobbyist General Artist
Your work is stunning!
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RaylaOpalStudent Interface Designer
I absolutely LOVE the dress from labyrinth, you've totally captured it's beautiful, delicate look. This is simply the greatest dress I've seen. You friend must've looked absolutely stunning!
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MajesticMermaidHobbyist Digital Artist
Good cosplay reference for details you can't see in the movie. Super curious about what was used for the skirt. Like what kind of petticoat or crinoline.
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Crysa91Hobbyist General Artist
Judging by the width of the skirts, I'd say its based on the 1870 style crinolines. Some of those can get quite wide. An interesting fact that I found while doing research for school is that some manors had to have enlarged doorways for some of the skirts. Also ladies needed to sit on ottomans while dining. I hope this helps.
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PixaretteHobbyist Digital Artist
NEW FAVORITE!
GorJessPatriot1776's avatar
How much would you charge to make this again??
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O M G I LOVE THE LABYRINTH SOOOOOOOOOO MUCH THANK YOU,!!!
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Want this sooo badly
Livi-Masquerade's avatar
I'm not surprised you made your friend's dream come true--- this is wonderful! Elegant and gorgeous, as usual! :)
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orcaiStudent Digital Artist
That is the most beautiful dress ever and one of my most favorite movies
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loveshelpingothersStudent Artist
The dress is absolutely gorgeous!!!
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AVtheCreeperHobbyist General Artist
Your pieces are amazing c=  you have my support
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Lexiau98Student General Artist
how much does something this massive cost! 0.0
cmlaxson's avatar
how can someone order this dress my soon to be daughter in law really wants it and how much would it be?
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princesscutiepie17Student Artist
PLEEAASE tell me how you do this, you are an AMAZINGLY TALENTED AWESOME X infinity seamstress. Lillyxandra, please reply back and let me know how you make something like this. I am an amateur at sewing and I love cosplay and costuming, I am such a big fan of your work,  i hope you have some tips that can be used within a tight budget, I'm a little broke since I mow lawns in the summer. But thanks to this Wisconsin weather, my budget has been low. :( it has been so cold.
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e0wyn9Hobbyist General Artist
This is incredible!
It looks legit!
Kayla702's avatar
This is gorgeous.  I wish I could wear this dress.  I just discovered your beautiful work thanks to the front page.  I will definitely be following and looking forward to more creations. :)
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It is stunning! I love the way you combined your idea with original design without loosing it's charm. Really just a few people can do that. "Labyrinth" is one of my beloved films and this dress has it's spirit inside.
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