Isadora Goes to Prom: The Sequel


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A prom dress for a paper doll with a wrap bodice and some beading detail. This dress fits any of the MIni-Maiden paper dolls and it's free from paperthinpersonas.com.

If there is one thing I noticed while looking at way more prom dresses than any person not planning to go to prom should have to look at, it was the amount of beading detail on these gowns. Every gown it seemed like had some sorta beading or sequin detail.

Made me feel weird for not really liking sequins that much.

I wondered if maybe I liked sequins when I was sixteen, but I don’t think I did. In fact, I can’t remember ever being like, “Yay! Sequins.”

However, I am not the average prom-goer, so on the right side of the bodice of this paper doll prom dress there’s a little beading detail, just to keep things interesting. You might have to look closer to really get to see it.

Otherwise, this is a pretty basic long gown with a wrap bodice. I confess I don’t have much more to say about it.

I’ve drawn similar gowns before, I know. There’s one here, one here and one here. Clearly, it’s a style I like, but I also notice that it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.

Do you need a doll to wear this stylish dress? Here’s Isadora ready for Prom!

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2 comments

  1. I’m thinking that tulle skirts (where there was colored tulle showing on top of the skirt and colored or plain tulle under the skirt to give it extra poof) and laced-open-backs (though usually not both on the same dress) were the thing when I was prom dress shopping. And satin-y texture fabrics. Not so much sequins…unless I blacked the sequin-y ones out which is a possibility. Not a big fan of sequins. Really not a big fan of glitter on clothes either–it just falls off and makes a mess in your closet/washing machine–but I’m thinking I did see some glittery prom dresses.

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