This gown features a train that has been shredded to jagged edges and painted varying shades of blue. The front of the skirt has a slit edged in dark blue just like Emily’s. The blue gradates up the train all the way to the bodice. Burton swirls can be added to gown’s train or left off. The bodice is edged in dark blue which drips down the entire top of the gown. The bodice also features a tear which exposes latex ribs. The front panel of the gown can be asymmetrical or come to a point in the center. It’s up to you.
Narrow of waist
Narrow of waist to floor
The gowns pictured are a sampling of the many Corpse Bride gowns that I have created.
To see a slide show of more Corpse Bride dresses I've made, you can go to http://www.photatobug.com/slideshow/3f96f0f1ea779beae053bafcf186f0e4e9a59e1c
You can also view more pics here:
Each Corpse Bride dress I make is a one-of-a-kind creation. I have made over fifty of these dresses and no two are ever the same. I can work with you on a dress customized with the details that you love from previous dresses I've created, so be sure to look at the many examples of my dresses in the links above.
*It is very important that you read my store policy regarding fit and returns before purchasing any item from my shop. Due to the nature of a custom-made garment, while generally unnecessary, I still suggest you plan for minor alterations due to my inability to do an in-person fitting. Also be sure to ask any and all questions about my dresses. I am very quick to respond to convos. Thank you!