I thought people were supposed to dance in prom dresses? Anyway, it looks lovely, the silver on top is very pretty, rich but tasteful, but maybe I'd get rid of the flowers on the skirt, just to have the elaborate/plain contrast. The flowers are way below the embroidery in beauty and class anyway and they remind me of grade school art classes - but then again, I never liked fabric flowers so this may be my subjectivity speaking.
I think what the person means is that this "artist" isn't the photographer of this image, they just took it off a website and posted it here, I found it on this website: [link] Meaning it's stolen art and doesn't belong here.
OH! ok. i massively misunderstood. sorry!!! :/ ....ya...the piece itself could totally belong here...but...if it hasnt been posted by the original artist thats kinda messed up....it bugs me when people do that...
Very pretty dress and incredibly well done, as far as I can see. But completely nonfunctional if it is going to be a prom dress. You can't properly sit in it, you can't really dance freely in it and only thinking about toilet makes me shudder.
Dress as a dress is really beautifully imagined, especially the bottom part (bell). Less silver on the top part would be more visually appealing, as the bottom is already so detailed and "full". It would add a mystique to the whole piece and lose the slightly trashy effect too much silver embroidery can give. However, this really depends of the personal taste of both creator and the buyer, make-up and hair style choice of the customer and so on...as I said, the dress really looks beautiful either way.
It just isn't a prom dress...for some gala evening event, red carpet, award accepting, yes, definitely. Prom? Not if you don't plan on sitting the whole night.