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How To: Draw a variety of prom dresses

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a variety of prom dresses. First, you will need to start out by drawing the dresses on different body shapes. Make dresses that are long, short, and knee-length. After this, use a marker to draw the outline of the body and the dress, then start to add in the pleats and the dress details. Add on scarves and other items to the different types of dresses, then continue doing this for the different types of dresses and body shapes. When you are done, draw in...

How To: Draw couture dresses

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw couture dresses. First, sketch the body onto the paper and then outline it with a black permanent marker. Make the lines soft and outline the body to have curves like a real woman. After this, start to add in the details of the dress, making the shoulders poof and adding accents to the side shoulder. Next, start to polish up the drawing by defining any lines and making different shapes. Make sure to draw the dress exactly how you want it, showing how it ...

How To: Transform a long skirt into various styled dresses

Sometimes shopping at old department stores or thrift shops can lead you to a gold mine of possibility. Everything there can either be worn for its intended purpose or it can be altered to fit what you think it could be. In this case, taking a long skirt and transforming it into a beautoful stylish dress. So sit back and find out how to make one of many stylished dresses. Enjoy!

How To: Change the color of dresses in Photoshop

If you're using Adobe Photoshop, you may come across a situation where you or a client wishes to change the color of an item of clothing, say a dress, or shorts, or a shirt, or socks, or shoes, or a hat, or gloves - virtually anything - this tutorial can show you how to make it happen. This quick how to is easy to follow and just what you'll need!

How To: Draw women's dresses

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw women's dress. This video teaches viewers how to draw 3 different types of dresses: a conservative dress, long dress and festive dress. Begin by drawing the figure of the body and body shape. Make the body figure look free and fluent. Then add the legs and details to the dress. To add details, draw lines vertically along the dress to represent the folds of the dress. Finish by adding any extra accessories and details. This video will benefit t...

News: "Living" Flower Dresses Change With the Seasons

While I don't find Mattijs van Bergen and Anouk Vogel's "Living" dresses aesthetically earth shattering, I'm wowed by the concept. The fashion designer and landscape architect created a collection of dresses made from recycled inner tubes and flowers for a late summer exhibition titled “Fashion & Architecture” at the Amsterdam Centre for Architecture.

News: Eat Me Dresses

Love Lady Gaga's meat dress? Then check out Sung Yeonju's series entitled "Wearable Foods". The recent graduate of Korea's Hong Ik University creates garments out of a wide variety of edibles, including "Tomato #2", which was used by H&M for an ad campaign.

How To: Turn an old dress into a fashionable romper

Some dresses we just never get around to wearing. Like that hideous one our mom gave us with a decent tropical print but hemlines that go down to our ankles. Cute...if you live in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. We're sure you probably have an ever accumulating stash of similar dresses that you know you'll never wear but don't want to toss either.

How To: Get Lady Gaga's goth vamp makeup look from "Alejandro"

Lady Gaga is the queen of crazy makeup and in her new video for her hit, "Alejandro" she certainly does not disappoint. Gaga dresses like a gothic vampire diva in this clip and by checking out this tutorial, you can learn how to achieve the style yourself. This detailed walkthrough is one of the best and you will look amazing just like Lady Gaga.

How To: Do Beyoncé's runny "Why Don't You Love Me?" eye look

In her music video for "Why Don't You Love Me?" Beyoncé plays a stereotypical '50s housewife dressed up in hourglass shaped skirts and dresses. While the bootylicious diva looks pretty and dainty, she also hates the life she's living. That's why, in one scene, she calls her lover in tears, her dark gray smokey eye makeup running down her cheeks while she smokes a cigarette.

How To: Wear an American Apparel Le Sac dress (The Dominatrix)

Can you believe this dress? American Apparel have outdone themselves again! A dress that's not just "one" dress, but at least "eight" dresses. The Le Sac dress is a marvelous article of clothing because it can be worn every day of the week… without looking like a hobo. It's a different style each day, with at least TWELVE different styles. And there's even a look for you dominatrices out there, a super sexy and daring S&M style Dominatrix look. See how easy it is!

How To: Turn a skirt into a long, breezy summer dress

Like billowy, bohemian tops or billowy dresses that go aflutter in the wind? Then this is the perfect DIY fashion tutorial for you. Using a long old skirt you can probably find by digging through your own closet or your stylish mother's treasure trove, you will learn how to refashion the skirt into a full-body dress by simply adding some spaghetti straps.

How To: Make a cute little oragami dress

If you're an oragami fan, you'll want to ckeck out this video and find out how to fold a smart little oragami dress. This video shows you how to make a simple origami dress with no need to cut or glue. You can use these dresses as decoration for the fridge, your scrapbooks or dolls.

How To: Sew a perfect jet pocket on a jacket or dress

A welted pocket (also called a jetted pocket or piped pocket) is a pocket where it appears just to be a thin slit in the fabric of the garment. Ideal for when you are making something you want to have pockets, but don't want to necessarily draw much attention to them - such as tailored suit jackets or streamlined dresses. All you need to learn this technique are some basic sewing notions (scissors, pins, etc) and either bias tape or the ability to cut your own bias tape from your fashion fabric.

How To: Make a ladylike scrunchy floral belt

Belts make almost any outfit look better, especially dresses that are a little too loose in the midsection or need some extra tucking in to really underscore your beautiful hourglass shape. Belts come in all sorts of colors and shapes, but a scrunchy belt is among the most comfortable belts to wear.

How To: Choose a wedding dress neckline for your body type

Spring and summer are the prime seasons for weddings, which in turn means loads of brides searching for the perfect flattering wedding dress. But while some designer wedding dresses look great on the rack and maybe on pin-thin models, finding the right wedding dress for you means taking into account your body shape.

How To: Make a toilet paper wedding dress

The video gives tips to participate in a toilet paper wedding dress making contest. It gives the participant tips on how to make a winner's dress. Contestants are asked to begin with some inspiration by looking at previous winner's dresses, going through real dresses or by using their own imagination. Their next step is to gather the required materials. Participants must take good photos of their dresses in multiple angles and they can even shoot a video of their dress making. Some points on ...

How To: Hide your tummy with the right clothing choices

A big problem for many women is how to keep your tummy from showing. Well, YouTube user BeverlyLaneTV is here to help show you how by giving you examples of what you can wear. There are many ways to avoid the tummy showing but the easiest and most efficient way is simply clothes. Ruffle dresses are the first and the best way to cover your tummy and what this does is it give you a camouflaged look and it make a slender line across your mid section . Next are banded tops, which the band is at t...

How To: Make covered hangers with spare fabric scraps

Covered hangers are great for your clothing. They help to maintain the shape and texture of your dresses, plus they look nice! Check out this tutorial and use old scrap fabric to cover ordinary wire hangers and make them look expensive and stylish. This is a great idea for a guest room or anywhere else you would like to add a special, homemade touch.

How To: Create cute underwear from old t-shirts

You've probably seen old t-shirts being turned into dresses, miniskirts, and if you're a fan of Gianny L, even two-piece bikinis, but you've probably never even thought about it transforming them into underwear. It may seem a bit odd at first, but making these intimate pieces from t-shirts means you can customize the pattern as well as the type of cut (cheeky, granny top, or thong?).

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