WE MADE A SILK DRESS FOR THE FIRST TIME

Jun 4th, 2018

A few weeks ago, my team and I spontaneously decided to make a dress on our own. The whole process of creating the dress took about 4 hours. Our effort included fabric shopping, setting up the sewing machine, cutting fabrics, sewing pieces together, and fitting the dress. I have always enjoyed creative projects since I was a child. I am very excited to share this awesome fabric and cool dress with you!

Finding the perfect fabric for this dress was a very critical step. We couldn’t find anything like or close to what we wanted at local fabric stores. An internet research directed us to a fabric company – TISSURA. TISSURA is a network of fabric shops and showrooms that has been presenting haute couture fabrics for almost 20 years. They offer exclusive fabrics, trimmings and accessories of premium quality. Their collections include fabrics used by the most famous fashion houses.

Under Tissura Lace fabric collection we found the fabric for this dress. When we received the fabric, my team and I were very happy the two fabrics feel and look. The raised flowers of the fabric we used on the bottom part of the dress are particularly impressive and unique. It contrasts well with the lightness, softness & simplicity of the fabric on the upper part of the dress. Four hours later, we turned them into a beautiful dress!

Dear styleright-ers, do you feel inspired to create a one-of-a-kind fashion statement for yourself?

Remember, “to be creative means to be in love with life.” – a quote by Osho

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Tissura. Thank you Tissura for offering me the opportunity to showcase your company and your wonderful products with my readers!

4 comments on “WE MADE A SILK DRESS FOR THE FIRST TIME”

  1. OMG! I am honestly in love with this series. These shots are KILLER. You are seriously amazing at your craft, Remanda, both in front of and behind the camera. When I met you at the Angelman Syndrome event, I could tell you had an amazing spirit and that you’re about your business. Since then, I love dropping by to see what new content you have posted. This shoot is one of my faves! I’m subscribed so I’ll definitely be keeping up with your posts! Keep up the great work, love ! xoxo

    • Wow, thank you Sharra for your encouraging comment! This shoot was one of the hardest, while I was lying down on the dirty ground, I had to hold the two doors with my both hands and my back was on hard concrete and my photographer was yelling for more intention and energy…… But I know I could always trust him, in the end photos are very satisfying. Thank you for subscribing!

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