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How to Make a $10 T-Shirt Wedding Dress

comments (13) July 20th, 2009     

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Video Length: 6:32
Produced by: ThreadBanger.com

Wedding season is well now under way and for those of you a little late in planning your big day this might be the answer for you. This DIY wedding dress can be made from white T-shirts for less than $10. ThreadBanger.com shows you how in this video they produced in response to a community question.

Would you ever wear a $10 wedding dress to your DIY wedding?

 

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Comments (13)

TeukuTajuddin012 writes: This is really amazing and cool dress. You have done a great job.

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Posted: 2:20 am on April 10th
shiloh111 writes: coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
Posted: 7:59 am on December 20th
PetrinaCase writes: Very clever idea - I loved it, nice video also.

I think the dress would work. A slip underneath would help resolve the sheer issue.

Keep up the great works.

Happy thoughts,
Petrina
Posted: 4:01 pm on October 7th
Chantal2628 writes: I think the dress is very pretty but I agree a little see through too. I do think it would make for a great prom dress too for all those crafy teen girls!
Posted: 10:08 am on December 6th
fashiongoddess22 writes: this gave me all kinds of ideas to work with which is really awesome for my chosen career path , thx for the inspiration!

Posted: 11:11 pm on October 27th
LaserStencils writes: Great for a Halloween costume too... thanks.
Posted: 5:03 pm on September 14th
wedding writes: i wouldn't, i'd find other places to save. its my wedding and i gotta get something for me.
Posted: 1:42 pm on August 17th
ReneesFashions writes: I think the fabric is a bit thin for a wedding dress. It might be over stretched by the end of the big day.

It is very pretty, though.
Posted: 12:45 pm on August 10th
DonnaFashMerch writes: Cute idea but I am not so sure it will work. You didn't take into account for the grainline. This dress will be stretch it's length when you wear it for more than 1 hour. Even with the vertical seams. If not all the dress, parts will stretch vertically. When you cut and use the body of a tshirt that way, the stretch goes vertically instead of horizontally like on a tee shirt.
Posted: 5:22 pm on August 5th
Sweet_Dee writes: SO COOL! would like great as a beach wedding dress, and if you change colour and stly a tiny bit, great matching bridesmaid dresses!
Posted: 7:40 pm on July 29th
fashionista93 writes: This is such a good idea. I would totally wear this, but i think i would have to add a couple embellishments.
Posted: 10:33 am on July 24th
LauraMcFall writes: I would have to add a non-transparent/opacity factor somehow - either an all-in-one briefer and/or slip underneath, or beefier t-shirts or an overlay of some sort. I also see some great possiblities for casual dresses made from tie-dyed t-shirts, thrift store finds, etc...
Posted: 4:27 pm on July 22nd
moonablaze writes: I would, if not for my adoration of lace. I'd totally consider basing my dress around a design like this, and then spending beyond the $10 to get the embellishment I wanted. (total budget could easily be under $50-100)
Posted: 1:09 pm on July 20th
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