Big Black Dress

Big Black Dress

I’ve never been a huge fan of huge dresses, but when my boyfriend took me to a particular Italian haute couture store, i totally fell in love with this and it isnt hard to see why. Bebop, designed by Klara Waco is one of many outstanding and painstakingly crafted haute couture dresses available at her store Bella e Scema (roughly translated meaning Beautiful and Silly).Most of them are menu driven also, allowing you to change the look of each outfit and making it as individual as you possibly can. I’ve never seen designs like Klara’s anywhere on the grid, highly original and packed with detail. A visit is a must – Bebop being a prime example of why you should.

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Photorealistic textures combined with the most realistic and natural flexi- movement, make a truly amazing gown that will be sure to turn heads wherever you wear it ensuring that you really are ‘Belle of the Ball’.

 

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Here, i have teamed it up with a gorgeous colour changing masque by Siyu Suen of Illusions and hair by Truth. finishing the whole outfit off, is Scheherezade – a stunning silver necklace from Shiny Things.

Head to Toe:

Skin: LAQ – Alison Glow Skin Nougat (o3)

Hair: Truth – Amanda (Mocha)

Masque: Illusions – Le Fleur Colour Changing Mask

Necklace: Shiny Things – Scheherezade (Silver and Moonstone)

Dress: Bella e Scema – Bebop

 

Modelled Styled and Photographed by Laya Felisimo

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  1. Summerz
    November 1, 2009 at 1:02 pm

    wow the texture in this dress is amazing :O

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