dsw ballet flats

dsw ballet flats – Your doll will feel right at home in any fairy ring when she's wearing this festive dancing ball gown. The double-layered springtime green GOWN has short puffed sleeves and is fully decorated with extensive hand beading at the neckline, sleeves and around the edge of the top skirt layer. The extreme puffiness of the skirt is accomplished by a PETTICOAT of 6 layers of different green tulle. A pair of green PANTIES is also included. Her accessories comprise a pair of whimsical green and gold dancing SLIPPERS with turned-up toes, a neck CHOKER, a bejeweled 'flower' BARRETTE, a detachable set of green fairy WINGS, and a delicate green and gold HOODED CLOAK that can be worn with or without the wings.Included:•Dress: skirt of a bright green ‘satin’ polyester with hand-stitched gold trim at the hemline. The overskirt is made of a green gauze fabric fully hand-beaded along the entire scooped hemline. The pointed waistline of the skirt has the same gold trim plus beadwork detail at the center. The bodice is fully-lined with a scoop neck with hand-beaded decoration around the entire neckline, including a dangling glass leaf ‘necklace’ in the front and a beaded loop in the back. Puffy short sleeves of green and gold netting have hand-threaded loops of beadwork at the sleeve ends. There are 2 snaps and one bar hook in the back for closures. All exposed seams are fully serged.•Petticoat: elastic waistband with a top panel of green satin polyester and many layers of different colors of green tulle.•Cloak: green and gold netting with all edges fully serged in gold-colored thread. There is an attached hood with a small dangling beadwork detail at the tip. The cloak is split in the back to accommodate a pair of wings. There are beadwork details at the back tips of the cloak. It is tied at the throat with a secured green gauze ribbon and 2 more beads at the throat.•Wings: laminated layers of gauzy fabric and extensive gold wire swirled between the layers for flexibility and design. Gold glitter accents on both sides. The wings attach onto the back of the gown using the clip.•Hair ornament: ‘flower’ of green fabric leaves, gold wire, beads and glitter. Snap barrette attached. •Shoes: Green satin polyester soles and a double layer of green polyester and gold-dotted netting for the tops. The toes are turned up and have beadwork baubles at the tips. Hand-sewn gold rope trim along the entire edges and on the shoe tops. Long green sparkly ties are tied around the ankle and up the leg in the ‘ballerina’ style.•Choker: 'Velcro' attached choker made of the gold trim used on the dress. There is a sparkly green bead at the center.•Panties: light green panties with yellow elastic trim around the edges.Your purchase of this Apparel by Carol outfit includes a handmade drawstring gift bag, yet the outfit will be sent in a dress box to protect the fragile wingtips. Free shipping to addresses within the United States. Doll not included. Outfit made in a cat-loving, smoke-free home. All inside seams are finished to prevent unraveling. Due to the variety of 18” doll sizes and patterns, if you are not completely satisfied with the fit of your garment please contact me to discuss alterations. I want you to be happy!To be resourceful and environmentally green, the materials I use originate from a variety of sources; theater costume shops, donations from friends and family, thrift stores and my own fabric collection. This allows me to work with a vast assortment of often very expensive and heirloom fabrics I could not afford or find. All materials are clean and examined for imperfections; however, a certain level of wear is natural. For more information about my process and story, please read about me at ApparelbyCarol on Etsy.

18" Doll Clothes; 8 Piece Green Fairy Ball Gown, Wings, Cloak, Ballet Dance Slippers, Hair Barette, Choker, Full Tulle Slip

Named for Bertolt Brecht’s “The Threepenny Opera,” the literary quarterly thrived, building a loyal following drawn to Lesser’s eclectic mix of fiction, nonfiction, poetry — and the short writings that fall under the heading of “Table Talk.”. “Table Talk: From the Threepenny Review” (Counterpoint, $28, 356 pages) is also the name of the new book marking the magazine’s 35th anniversary dsw ballet flats. Edited by Lesser, Jennifer Zahrt and Mimi Chubb, the volume’s 99 essays, published between 1990 and 2013, reflect Threepenny’s wide range of writers and topics..

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