Princess burlesque formal ball gown (Restyle) Part 1

By Princess Cinderella on October 13th, 2014
Race: Human
Gender: Female
Armor: Light
Color: Blue
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Go to the royal ball in style with this burlesque style gown. This elegant ensembles will turn any girl into a princess.

This outfit features an elegant burlesque gown, a pair of lacy wrist guard, and sexy thigh high stockings. The outfits also includes a pair of optional fluffy shoulder pads, and an optional ball room mask of the night.

Complimenting this outfit are a pair of mid stiletto heels pointed toe pumps, by Aurora. All man made materials, plant base, cruelty free, and environmentally friendly. The insoles are of soft non-slip foam, and the inside of the uppers feature a soft nylon cloth lining, providing extreme comforts for a night of magical endless dancing.

As for the photos. Unfortunately I cannot put a caption for each photo, so I’ll have to put it here.
Sets 1 demonstrate the beautiful evening gown. It shows front, back and side. Without and with the shoulder pads, and with and without the masquerade mask of the night.

Sets 2 shows Cinderella in front of the castle, before going to the royal ball. Again, with and without shoulder pads and mask. From multiple angle.

For some reason, the blog refuse to keep the order of the photo that I uploaded so they are a little out of order.

There are multiple parts to this blog entry. Please see the other parts for the rest of it. Sorry, I had to make multiple blog entry because it only let submit so many photos, and I I have much more photos to tell the story.


Fashion Collector
The Phoenix top + Masquerade skirt is a nice combo. I'm not sure about the shoes and shoulders though. Maybe try the Phoenix shoulders and/or the Masquerade boots?
2014-10-14 12:20

Fashion Guru
Zodiac boots ftw! :D
2014-10-16 0:53

Fashion Collector
Wow amazingggggg well cut off shoulders the rest is amaizing !!!!!!!
2014-10-21 6:50

Princess Cinderella
Zodiac Boots or Masquerade boots doesn't say classy elegant story book princess. That's why I didn't use them with this gown. Phoenix shoulder would B interesting, and can have that elegant flair.
2015-02-08 5:12