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The Costumer's Manifesto: '''Tara's Wedding Dress Portfolio'''I don't usually design wedding dresses off of the stage, but occasionally my friends ask that I do so. Here are some of the wedding dresses (and the occasional wedding party) I've designed both for onstage and off.
  
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[[File:GalleryimagesStoneweddingIndex.htm| The Recycled Bridal Party]]
  
'''Tara's Trip to USITT: Links to People andVendors I saw at USITT'''
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[[File:Tara1pagesTlingitwedding.htm| Alaskan Wedding Dress for bride marrying into a Tlingit Family]]
  
  
  
[http://www.usitt.org/|USITT]''' (The United States Institute for Theatre Technology)'''
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[[File:Shows100pagesAyli.htm| Wedding Dresses for Celia and Rosalind in 1972 style Hippie As You Like It]]
  
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[http://costumes.org/pages/crj.htm|Costume Research Journal]'''
 
  
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[[File:Shows100pages12thnite1.htm| Wedding Dress for Lady Olivia in Caribbean style 12th NIght]]
  
[http://www.lacma.org/art/perm_col/costumes/costume2.htm|LACMA Costumes & Textiles]''' (official site)'''
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[[File:ShowsThreepennyThrepen35.jpg| Polly Peachum's Wedding Dress]] from
  
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[[Shows100pagesThreepen|The Threepenny Opera]]
  
[http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/centuryfashion/centurfashion.htm|"A Century Of Fashion" Exhibit At LACMA] (official site)'''
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[[File:Shows100pagesEarnest1.htm]] For ''
  
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[[Shows100pagesEarnest1|The Importance of Being Earnest]]'', pretty well everyone in the show was supposed to look like Brides, Grooms, wedding favors, or wedding cakes. Lots to see here, including a clear plastic tailcoat and top hat for one of the prospective grooms.
  
[http://www.fidm.com/common/gallerysceneframeset.html|FIDM Gallery ](Click on "Hollywood 2001" to see the Exhibit I saw).'''
 
  
  
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[[File:Shows100pagesGuydolls.htm| Adelaide and her Bridesmaids in Guys 'n' Dolls.]] Dresses convert from their Hot Box stripper clothes
  
[http://www.mariettacarternarcisse.com/|Marietta Carter-Narcisse] (Did Workshop on makeup for Persons of Color)'''
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[[File:Shows100pagesMikado7.htm| Yum-Yum's Japanese Wedding Dress]] from ''
  
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[[Shows100pagesMikado|The Mikado]]''
  
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[[File:StrindbergDisk6Mvc-016f.jpg]] Costume for the title character in
  
[http://wbsf.warnerbros.com|Warner Brothers Costume Design Center]
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[[Shows100pagesMissjulie|Miss Julie]] intended to represent her mother's old wedding dress in shades of lilac. Shown here
  
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[[Shows100pagesFashionshow04|fashion show.]]
  
[http://www.folsomweb.com/models/redheads/cherrybombz/index.html|CHERRY Malone loves Burlesque]
 
  
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[[File:Shows100pagesBear.htm| Dress for the widow in The Bear]], a comedy in which a romantic young widow, married to the idea of mourning her dead husband, is wood and won by an annoying creditor within minutes of meeting. Her widows weeds are deliberately intended as a Goth Victorian wedding outfit in black.
  
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The Costumer's Manifesto: Tara's Wedding Dress PortfolioI don't usually design wedding dresses off of the stage, but occasionally my friends ask that I do so. Here are some of the wedding dresses (and the occasional wedding party) I've designed both for onstage and off.

The Recycled Bridal Party

Alaskan Wedding Dress for bride marrying into a Tlingit Family


Wedding Dresses for Celia and Rosalind in 1972 style Hippie As You Like It


Wedding Dress for Lady Olivia in Caribbean style 12th NIght

Polly Peachum's Wedding Dress from

The Threepenny Opera

File:Shows100pagesEarnest1.htm For

The Importance of Being Earnest, pretty well everyone in the show was supposed to look like Brides, Grooms, wedding favors, or wedding cakes. Lots to see here, including a clear plastic tailcoat and top hat for one of the prospective grooms.


Adelaide and her Bridesmaids in Guys 'n' Dolls. Dresses convert from their Hot Box stripper clothes

Yum-Yum's Japanese Wedding Dress from

The Mikado

StrindbergDisk6Mvc-016f.jpg Costume for the title character in

Miss Julie intended to represent her mother's old wedding dress in shades of lilac. Shown here

File:2004bestphotosPagesMaginn-r1-12 4.htm worn in a

fashion show.


Dress for the widow in The Bear, a comedy in which a romantic young widow, married to the idea of mourning her dead husband, is wood and won by an annoying creditor within minutes of meeting. Her widows weeds are deliberately intended as a Goth Victorian wedding outfit in black.

Product Links

Native American Fashion : Modern Adaptations of Traditional Designs Native American Fashion : Modern Adaptations of Traditional Designs

How To Alter A Bridal Gown How To Alter A Bridal Gown

Native American Courtship and Marriage Traditions Native American Courtship and Marriage Traditions

Your Vintage Wedding: Unique Ideas and Inspiration for Today's Bride Your Vintage Wedding: Unique Ideas and Inspiration for Today's Bride

Always a Bridesmaid: 89 Ways to Recycle That Bridesmaid Dress Always a Bridesmaid: 89 Ways to Recycle That Bridesmaid Dress

Apparel: London Opera Velvet Trench Apparel: London Opera Velvet Trench

Medieval Celebrations : How to Plan for Holidays, Weddings, and Reenactments With Recipes, Customs, Costumes, Decorations, Songs, Dances, and Games Medieval Celebrations : How to Plan for Holidays, Weddings, and Reenactments With Recipes, Customs, Costumes, Decorations, Songs, Dances, and Games

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