Thursday, December 30, 2010
Orange Sherbet Flower Girl tutu in six layers, three different soft orange sherbet colors. Sewn and ties with a satin sash.
"Tutus have been a part of my life for a very long time. As a former professional ballet dancer, I lived to wear a tutu and lived in a tutu. Now I love to see my ideas come to life in the form of an original design. It is the same creative process as creating a role or a ballet on stage.
Creating tutus with the traditional look of a classical romantic ballet in any color or colors. ...known to have been inspired by the paintings of Degas and his Paris Opera dancers whose waists are wrapped in silk and satin over clouds of tulle.
However progressive fashion grabs my attention --nothing is better than Parisian chic with a romantic edge! Creating original headpieces and accessories is part of my history as well.
Tradition is important for classical ballet for without inspiration, life is dull. That is why making tutus of my own design sans pattern- with color- with movement- is a way of life now.
I love it. ♥
I love hearing about how you love them. ♥♥
I love seeing women of all ages enjoy them! ♥♥♥
--Formerly a professional ballet dancer and currently a ballet teacher.
What is different about our tutus?
---they take at least 2-10 hours to make. Attention to detail and quality endures.
--gathered and sewn in traditional classical ballet construction, no knotting on elastic or ribbon.
--they tie on so there is room to grow and you can tie them in back, to the side or in front with a beautiful finished bow
-- double-faced unique and beautiful ribbons for your comfort and longevity."
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