Wrap dress created from two contrasting fabrics, with embellished cutout waist detail. Main dress is lined. Sheer chiffon fishtail hem completes the floor-length gown. Inspired by Jayne Torville’s Olympic skating outfit. Choice of colors and wrap fabrics.
This dress will be custom made to your measurements.
Dress will be recreated as closely represented to the image as possible, expect slight variations in fabric color and appliques position.
Images are created in Photoshop from hand-drawn sketches, are for reference only and not photographs of the finished product.
Product General Details:
Made In: UK
Condition: New with tags
Price Point: Bespoke
Handling / Turnaround time: 12-24 weeks (minimum and approx)
I will communicate regularly with updates and progress photos.
Ships to: Worldwide
Shipping Cost: Included in item price.
Tax: Included in item price.
Product Specific Details:
Dress Length: Floor
Hem Circumference: Fishtail
I’ve been designing and sewing for decades. I am based in the UK. I am an independent dress-maker, I am self-employed and I create masterpieces for private clients and the general public for gifts and events.
I have excellent reviews from customers. I recently made a dress for a customer based on Alice’s red dress from the movie Resident Evil, and she loved it. Before that, I made a dress based on Giselle’s purple gown from the mask ball scene on the Disney movie Enchanted. I have also made Red Riding Hood’s cloak, Elena’s grey hoodie from Vampire Diaries (special order gift, I don’t make that anymore), and I am currently working on a dress worn by Elena on Vampire Diaries to the Mikaelson’s Ball in Season 3.
I don’t intend to focus on re-creating costumes from movies, and those pieces won’t be sold in this store. However you can see my quality of work, and making them has given me much-needed experience as I am family-taught. (I did not study formal qualifications as a designer or seamstress however my customer’s can vouch for my quality and high standard of work). I will be posting previous projects in the gallery on Facebook, on either the Katerina Designs page, or look up The Costume Portal.