If you’re looking for a way to make your wedding dress both unique and beautiful, what about dip dyeing it? It’s a way to do something dramatic without spending a ton of money for a custom dress. Plus, it looks really cool.
UPDATE: It has come to our attention that this particular example was airbrushed, not dip dyed. Either way, it probably isn’t a good idea to alter your expensive dress unless you know what you’re doing. Check out some additional pics below along with a link to a tutorial on the dip dyeing process. [click to continue…]
Redditor Andromeda321 is an astronomer. Here we see her sporting a dress with the Hubble Deep Field on it. Could there be a more perfect dress for someone in her profession? I think not. However, she notes that she rarely wears it because she views it as “kinda cliche for an astronomer to wear”.
what, What, WHAT? If I was an astronomer you had better believe my entire wardrobe would be space-themed. She earned this style.
It appears that the version she is wearing came from Macy’s, but is no longer being sold. But, we did find a very similar version on Redbubble if you’re interested in owning it yourself.
Etsy seller RebeccasDorkyDesigns has the most delightfully science-y dress in her shop right now. Plus, it pairs perfectly with a lab coat. [click to continue…]
Sorry to tempt you with another Sailor Moon thing, but there’s just so much cute stuff out there.
This dress features a Spiral Heart Moon Rod and Cosmic Heart Compact print in standard and plus sizes.
Sailor Moon Locket Dress ($31.12 – $39.12)
You know what this Sailor Moon dress needs? More Luna and Artemis. You can never have too many guardian cats.
Sailor Moon Luna And Artemis Dress ($27.92 – $31.12)
Dresses don’t get more Doctor-y than this gem from Etsy seller CakeShopCouture. It appears to include all of the Doctor’s regenerations on a single, handmade, cotton garment. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
Once again, Catherine Elhoffer has delivered on nerdy fashions we love. This time around, she’s inspired by DC Comics with both Batgirl and Wonder Woman designs.
The Batgirl-inspired dress is purple textured spandex and black scuba and comes with bat ears on the hood and side pockets. The Wonder Woman tunic is inspired by Gal Gadot’s costume and features antique gold stretch vinyl, dark red Techno, navy textured Liverpool (spandex/poly blend), side pockets, and a faux skirt tabard. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
There’s so much excitement about the upcoming game Horizon Zero Dawn that people are already starting to cosplay as the main character. On that note, here’s some more amazing cosplay of Zero Dawn’s main heroine, Aloy, by Ibelinn Cosplay with photos from Katrix Media Site.
As you can see, Ibelinn’s cosplay is top-notch. She notes that it took her three months to hand-sew Aloy’s costume (the skirt alone took 40 hours). Apparently, this happened without the assistance of Sony, as she was quick to point out that it wasn’t a sponsored cosplay. Ibelinn just loves the design. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Our friend Catherine Elhoffer of Elhoffer Design is still hard at work, and we absolutely love her latest creations: the Overwatch-inspired Widowmaker tunic and the Ghostbusters-inspired dress. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
We are made of star stuff. With this Constellation Dress you will shine as bright as any star in the galaxy on a Saturday night.
Until the daylight comes.
On the plus side, you’ve identified a new constellation that looks a lot like someone with a hangover grasping a toilet for dear life.
Glow-In-The-Dark Constellation Dress ($49.99)