Hey, I’m re-creating my own Prom Dress circa 2005 from scratch.. again! The original was the very first dress I designed from pattern to final product. I lost track of it sometime after I moved away from home and have yet to have it turn up. So I’m creating the prom dress 2.0 here and...
We’re 8 years old today and looking back we’ve come a long way. But we’re not done yet! So much is in store for later this year.
The first step of constructing any new design is the muslin mockup. This covers pattern layout, cutting, thread tracing your pieces and then sewing them together to create the basic foundation of the dress. Can’t wait to have you follow along with the progress of this project! Next, we’ll be fitting the muslin and looking...
We all have a pretty clear picture in our heads about what a bridesmaid dress looks like... I'm pretty sure it's pink and poofy. Times they are a-changin' my friends! Time to wake up and smell the roses that are these alternatives or additions to bridesmaid dresses!
Ballet-inspired lace and tulle prom dress seamless lace, strapless bodice sweetheart neckline lace-up back corset with grommets Off-the-shoulder lace sleeves full gathered tulle tutu
This dress was inspired by the costume of the character “Shae” in the popular show Game of Thrones. Silk Charmeuse Draped on the bias Gathered neckline Client added her own silver chain and belt
We are taking a closer look at how this vintage 90’s dress was made a constructed. From materials used to the inner lining. Let’s take a look and learn! Plus I have some big news, so stick around until the end of the video!
How you can wear your convertible wrap dress to every even this holiday! Christmas parties, dinners and New Year’s Eve, this one dress can give you endless looks. Here’s two more to add to your repertoire.
There’s way more to it than holding the bride’s dress while she tinkles… Let’s discuss, shall we? Now that 2017 is about to close, and the season slows for a short time, I always find myself doing a bit of reflecting. Especially this year where I find Elise Tonn Designs ready to shoot for bigger...
A simple ribbon waist stay can add support to a heavy skirt making the bodice appear smooth and stay in place. Plus it alleviate strain on the zipper at the waist. A great, simple couture technique that can be added to any dress!