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    first try on women wear . dye and print pattern by myself.

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    wow, really nice pattern.does the pic show the true color?
    also like the collar of the vest.btw,what is the material of the vest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad1981 View Post
    wow, really nice pattern.does the pic show the true color?
    also like the collar of the vest.btw,what is the material of the vest?
    vest made by white 14oz denim
    will upload later on

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    on model.

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    Personally I thought that the dress looked rather bland on the mannequin, but in the photos that follow it looks really cute, and I don't mind the dunks at all.
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    I don't mind them, either. The dress looks decently sporty from the back, so it at least half works. Still loving the print.

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    still like the color in the original picture, but it is nice on real model.
    agree with the back look is kinda"sporty"
    but if the dunks are switched, the front look will be next to perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsareforeating View Post
    okay dick dunks dont work here at all lol the vest is cool idk about the dress the unfinished hems look bad as opposed to good imo
    what are you snafuing
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    Mr Originalhair Even though your personal style is questionable that dress is actually very good , You seem to have talent for this , good luck

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    update

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    Thanks guy , the reason I choose dunk to match with this garment is because of the size of the shoes , I actually got a pair of ro heels but dunk looks way better than heels

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    The vest is really nice. Are there any pics of it on someone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiron View Post
    The vest is really nice. Are there any pics of it on someone?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=medqEfBayUo



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    Little bit of a DRKSHDW rip no?


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    Quote Originally Posted by drew View Post
    Little bit of a DRKSHDW rip no?


    is inspired by Yayoi Kusama's work , but in black and white

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew View Post
    Little bit of a DRKSHDW rip no?

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    Really? Dick certainly wasn't the first to print a circle on a t-shirt. That pattern didn't bring this to mind for me at all.

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    The dunks don't bother me either even in the back shot. The drape falling over the back of the model's calves is lovely.

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    beautiful gloves, how did you dye them? the splashes of orange leading into the red are a fantastic contrast to the vest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skye X View Post
    Really? Dick certainly wasn't the first to print a circle on a t-shirt. That pattern didn't bring this to mind for me at all.

    Reo, I love your work. Keep at it!
    thanks so much mate , i will post some of my new work soon

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