Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: This Evening Gown from Pinterest
The gown today’s paper doll is based on was white and I felt like that wasn’t very interesting. Also, you can always use the black and white version of today’s gown to be the white version if you wanted too.
What I really wanted to try to capture with today’s gown was the drape of the fabric clinging to the body and then flaring on the ground.
Another thing I loved about the dress I based today’s paper doll evening gown off of was the modesty. It is rare to see an evening gown with such a high neckline and thick straps, but I think it ads to the beautiful modernist style of the dress.
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