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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]]
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[[File:Tara1pagesTlingitwedding.htm| Alaskan Wedding Dress for bride marrying into a Tlingit Family]]
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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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[[File:Shows100pages12thnite1.htm| Wedding Dress for Lady Olivia in Caribbean style 12th NIght]]
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[[File:ShowsThreepennyThrepen35.jpg| Polly Peachum's Wedding Dress]] from
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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.
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[[File:Shows100pagesMikado7.htm| Yum-Yum's Japanese Wedding Dress]] from ''
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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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[[File:AmazonOther2Londonoperavelvet.jpeg|link=http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000E11DP/thecostumersmani| Apparel: London Opera Velvet Trench]]  Apparel: London Opera Velvet Trench
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