Prom Dress problem? Heyaa! You can make your own outfit on that special day, using anything into something. Surely, you’ll get amazed by the result. It would hinder you from paying for expensive outfits. And, good thing is, you’ll own the attention of everyone. try to get amazed by these people below!
Aimee’s Coffee Filter Prom Dress
Aimee told Seventeen.com that she worked on her gown “for about a month, experimenting, sewing, and staining until the dress was finished.” Plus, take another look at that statement necklace — her dad made it out of coffee beans!
Grace’s Water Inspired Duct Tape Dress
Grace didn’t have any experience in fashion before she decided to enter Duck Tape’s annual scholarship contest in 2013 — and she came in as fourth runner up! Her dress was inspired by “the movement of water and by Leeann Marshall’s Project Runway collection,” she toldstuckatprom.com.
Stephanie’s Vintage Comic Book Prom Dress
“I made this prom dress as part of my exam for my extended diploma in art and design; it took me around 3 months,” Stephanie told Seventeen.com. Her professor couldn’t deny her awesomeness and gave her an A! ~CONGRATS~
Ronnita’s All Duct Tape, All the Time Prom Dress
Ronnita and her date’s ensemble required over 90 rolls of duct tape and 400 hours to complete. Even her accessories — including her corsage, earrings, clutch, headpiece, and nail art — are made from tape! She tooksecond place in Duck Tape’s 2014 contest.
Julia’s “Starry Night” Prom Dress
Last year, killer artist Juliaturned a simple $40 dress into a mesmerizing recreation of Van Gogh’s famous “Starry Night” painting.
Aleah’s Newspaper Prom Dress
Aleah has never studied fashion, but she knows that becoming a designer is her passion. “I love working with unconventional materials as it gives the image so much more and gives me a great challenge to learn from,” she told Seventeen.com.
Ysabel’s Elegant DIY Prom Dress
Ysabel designed her prom dress in only a week! “I learned how to use a sewing machine from my dad, and other than that I am purely self taught from trial and error,” she told Seventeen.com. “I have been sewing since the 8th grade and fell in love with it ever since.”
Angela’s Retro Pin Up Girl Formal Dress
OK, so Angela‘s dress isn’tactually a prom dress. But the teen seamstress made the stunning gown for a formal. “Unfortunately I didn’t go to prom, and at that point in time, when I was attending formal dances, I didn’t know how to sew,” she told Seventeen.com. Clearly, things have changed!
Gabrielle’s “Great Gatsby” Duct Tape Prom Dress
Gabrielle and her date matched their duct-tape ensemble to their school’sGreat Gatsby prom theme. “Our design’s geometric symmetry is modeled after the era’s Art Deco style, while the bold contrast of gold, black, and white reflect the extravagance of life in the Roaring ’20s,” they told.
Charlotte’s Traditional Wedding Gown Inspired Prom Dress
Charlotte couldn’t afford to spend a lot of money on a dress, so she took matters into her own hands — literally. “I spent less than $100 to make my dress,” she told Seventeen.com. “And I did my own hair and makeup so it wasn’t costly at all!”