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When I was about 16 years old, I fell in love with a Jessica McClintock prom dress that I saw in Seventeen Magazine.  You remember those ads in Seventeen, right?  The prom issue was always my favorite.  I lived in a small town and dresses like this were not easy to find.  So I made one just like it.  Here it is and here I am wearing it.

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Last week I posted this picture on Facebook and got a lot of appreciation, including pleas to make it for the dolls.  So I did.  And here it is. 

The dress is made of black silk dupioni with 3 layers of black tulle as an underskirt.  The sweetheart bodice is slit to the waist and two black silk bows bridge the gap, resulting in an alluring peekaboo effect.

I hope you enjoy! 

If you would like to order this dress for your dolls, please email me.

hildaewestervelt@gmail.com

$85.00 Edition of 5 (Sold Out)

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About hwesterv

Designer of couture fashions in 1/6 scale

14 responses »

  1. Absolute perfection, Hilda! And weren’t you just gorgeous (still are)! Love, love, love this dress. Hugs!

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  2. Thank you, darling Dawn!

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  3. You are amazing!! Now that I know you can sew for big people and not just Barbie I am totally gonna make you make me a dress!! Haha!!

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  4. Hi Hilda Hahaha you really made it YES put me down for it, I love it AMAZING

    Sent from my iPad

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  5. So glad you like it, Mildred! You inspired me to make it, girl.

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  6. LOL Lori! Yes, I used to make most of my own clothes and party dresses were my favorite thing of all. But I don’t sew for people any more ; )

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  7. Both dresses are beautiful. Thank you for sharing your picture. I bet lots of girls were wondering where you got yours. What a great story.

    Catherine

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  8. Thanks Cat : ) So glad you like it. xoxo

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  9. Perfection ! You and the dress ! xo

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  10. Love this one and you! ❤

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  11. Beautiful picture of you wearing your amazing dress, and your replica is perfection!

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  12. What a fun idea to recreate your prom dress. I still can’t believe you made that darling dress to begin with and it looks equally darling on your Silkstone!

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  13. Gorgeous dress on both you and the doll! Once again, I’m in awe of your sewing skills.

    I loved the prom issue, too. I bought it for several years, even after I had graduated high school, and I still have my favorite dresses in my closet. My husband now uses them for his mannequins when they model his jewelry designs. 🙂

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  14. Oh Hilda…gorgeous on BOTH dolls!!! 😉
    (the Silkie AND YOU!)
    xox

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