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Wedding: Fit for a Queen by EllaNyx Wedding: Fit for a Queen by EllaNyx
My entry for :iconyoungfashion:'s Young Design Challenge 2- Future Bride

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The Challenge: Design a 'Star Wars' worthy couture wedding gown based on the formal wear of Padme Amidala, and an easily concealed lingerie set based off of Padme Amidala's informal or combat wear.

Ceremonial Robe (top picture): A yellow and purple ombre dyed velvet robe with shaped hem, train, white fur lining and metallic embroidered royal emblems. Accessorized with a custom broach and matching tiara.
Inspiration images were 'Red Invasion'(Eposode I), 'Peacock and Brown'(EpiasodeIII) and 'Lake Gown'(Episode II)

Dress (peaking out from under the robe): Is made of pleated silk taffeta with a triple-layer skirt with shaped hems and sheer, pin-tucked yoke and fitted sleeves .

Lingerie set(bottom pictures): Made of devore satin, it features clear beaded straps and a crossover bodice that wraps around and attaches to the back of the skirt, which has a draped waistband and a slit on either side of the center front panel.
Inspiration images were 'Family Costume' and 'Light Blue with Cloak' (both Episode II)
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sammichlover Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love this. You've kept the Naboo style without making it a blatant rip off of her other gowns. This would be amazing if anyone made it
AMAREDIPIU Featured By Owner May 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
wow ! what amazing design!
I was quite surprised when I enlarged it.How huge it is!
I like the details and how very delicately all is designed. The colours are simple but very well chosen . I like the exotic moment they spread with the wonderful decorative details. I can imagine how big would it be to wear.So much materials.
and the Lingerie is so interesting. It is almost as a dress that could be worn on a beach near the sea. really nice idea.
Just fit for the endless world of Star Wars.
I immediately sent this to my friend who is a big Star Wars fan.
really wonderful!
Love and Light!
EllaNyx Featured By Owner May 17, 2011
Thank you so much, I'm glad you liked it! I actually have sketches done of the rest of the outfit, hopefully I'll be able to post them on Friday; then you'll be able to see how all the layers fit together.
HoukouSakura Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2010
the top one is amazing
the style reminds me of the snow queen :)
i can really imagine it in blue and white shades
EllaNyx Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2010
I need to update this so you can see the middle layer dress(the one that just peaks out under the coat.),it's super pretty and is almost all soft blue/white pleats!
HoukouSakura Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2010
I LOVE pleats n__n
jadexx Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Hobbyist Interface Designer
i think it looks super her (wedding gown) but i think the emblems don't suit it cause she doesn't wear any. just sayin!

overall super starwarsishly nice
EllaNyx Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
Thank you!:hug: Actually, I put a lot of thought into the emblems because a number of her more formal gowns do have art nouveau or asian style embroidery or emblems on them,such as the 'black invasion', 'post-senate coruscant' and 'parade' gowns from Ep.1, the 'purple and yellow senate' and 'packing' gowns from Ep.2, and the 'burgandy velvet' and 'green cut velvet' gowns from Ep.3, so it made sense (to me) that an ultra-formal wedding gown would also have custom embroidery designs made just for it.
jadexx Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Hobbyist Interface Designer
ahhh ok, well you'reobviously a bigger fan, i give it to you (:
EllaNyx Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
Lol, sorry, I didn't mean to go all psycho fangirl.^^; I tend to go a little overboard on the research sometimes.:giggle:
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