Airbrushed Wedding Dress

Airbrushed Wedding Dress

Airbrushed Wedding Dress

When it comes to planning a wedding, the fun really is in the details — and the more unexpected and unique they are, the better! From adorbs geometric invites to tiny DIY favors your guests will absolutely looove (and never part with!), it’s all about infusing your personality into every. single. element. One bride in particular NAILED it on her big day, taking notes from non-traditional colorful dresses to create an airbrushed number that was so uniquely her. Artist Taylor Ann first drew attention to her gown when she posted a breathtaking pic of her DIY dream to Reddit, sparking an entire thread. Documenting the creative process behind the finished product on her blog, Taylor revealed how she arrived at the ombre frock of her dreams and, as it turns out, it took quite some time. Picking up a secondhand dress, she first had it altered down four (FOUR!) sizes before starting on her artistic journey. “For months I had been cutting out and coloring pieces of lace I planed on stitching to the dress,” she wrote. “As I laid it on the dress though it just did not look how I wanted… so I just took my airbrush I had been using to get nice fades of color on the flowers and just sprayed it and kept spraying it more and more. All in all, it was about three layers of paint on each layer of fabric and even on the inside of the lace edge,” she concluded. You can see exactly what she means in the detail shots above, which were shared by her talented wedding photog, James Tang, on Instagram. Perfection! The end result is so pretty, in fact, that some have been questioning its authenticity. So much so that Taylor shared a collage on Instagram with the hashtags #yesitsreal #nofilter. “Some people think my dress was Photoshopped to look good,” she captioned the snap. “These pictures were taken off cellphones by some of my wedding guests. No filter or edit here!” Similar creations are now popping up across Instagram with the hashtag #dipdyeweddingdress. Showing off a wide range of hues and different levels of color, they’re all quite something, but it is worth noting what Taylor’s photog James pointed out so adamantly in his original Insta caption: Taylor’s dress was “airbrushed, not dip dyed.” Whatever the method that was used, Taylor’s one-of-a-kind dress is DEFINITELY our newest bridal obsession. Would you wear an airbrushed dress on your big day? Tweet us @BritandCo. (h/t Hello Giggles, photo via James Tang) Get Celebrity News and Red Carpet Looks in Your Inbox Every Friday Subscribe Yas! You'll receive our newsletter every Friday. In the meantime, check out our latest celebrity news. Must be a valid email address! Terms & Privacy Policy
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Airbrushed Wedding Dress

The Famous Airbrushed Wedding Dress This dress has had over 2.5 million views on Imgur, and the viewers seem to be divided. Some people believe that it is a complete waste of a dress. One of the top comments reads, ‘How many people are gonna f*ck up an expensive dress trying to do this now?’ Another person wrote, ‘I can’t wait to see the Pinterest fails from this one.’ It gets worse. Someone added, ‘I’m imagining someone using kool aid as the dye, and then being viciously swarmed by insects on their wedding day/prom.’ James Tang Photography Viewers Offer Praise There are some people who have offered praised for both the style and practicality of the dress. One person said a dress like this is reason enough for them to get married. Another wrote, ‘Great way to hide all the damn stains on the hem from walking around for pictures.’ James Tang Photography The Story Behind the Dress Before debate gets really heated, we should mention that the bride is Taylor Ann, a self-described ‘MESSY artist.’ We were impressed to learn on her official site that she first purchased the dress at a size 8 (she is a petite girl, ‘barely a 1’). She then got it altered at a place in Huntington Beach. Now it was time for the real work. After brainstorming and testing for months, the bride decided to start on her canvas. ‘Finally I was fed up with all these tests and fails, so I just took my airbrush I had been using to get nice fades of color on the flowers and just sprayed it. and kept spraying it more and more,’ she wrote. ‘All in all it was about 3 layers of paint on each layer of fabric and even on the inside of the lace edge.’ ‘At first I was 100% sure I could do this. 20min into coloring, I thought I ruined my dress. It took a few days for me to regain confidence and work on it again.’ James Tang Photography
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Airbrushed Wedding Dress

Process: 1. Go dress shopping and find the perfect gown for you! (I do not provide dresses) Curious about cost? Use my price Estimator page to help you get an idea of what I charge for coloring. 2. Next find your wedding shoes and schedule a meeting with an tailor. At the tailor/alterations shop have them check the hem and ask if any other alterations will need to be done to the skirt portion of the dress. If it’s just the hem then have that taken care of and then your ready for coloring! 3. Make an appointment with me soon enough before the wedding to allow for bust and top alterations after. If your dress needs to be altered completely before coloring, ask for the alterations to be completely done at LEAST 5 weeks prior to your wedding. I will need 2-3 weeks with your dress, not including the time needed to ship. Anytime AFTER you have your dress you can contact me to set up your dress appointment and discuss the coloring using the form here! Worried about shipping? You can meet me in person, I live in San Diego 91941. Live to far? Then for safe shipping get your package insured and bag your dress before boxing. I suggest best fold and the bust/skirt line then roll the skirt as needed to avoid folds, vacuum bags are great for saving space and turning the dress inside out helps protect the outer fabric.
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Airbrushed Wedding Dress

The Famous Airbrushed Wedding Dress This dress has had over 2.5 million views on Imgur, and the viewers seem to be divided. Some people believe that it is a complete waste of a dress. One of the top comments reads, ‘How many people are gonna f*ck up an expensive dress trying to do this now?’ Another person wrote, ‘I can’t wait to see the Pinterest fails from this one.’ It gets worse. Someone added, ‘I’m imagining someone using kool aid as the dye, and then being viciously swarmed by insects on their wedding day/prom.’ James Tang Photography
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Colorful hair in shades of blue, purple, pink, silver, and just about any color you can imagine have spread like wildfire across social media platforms and on the streets. It's one of those trends that comes and goes, but we've never seen it quite like this. In the past, colored hair was usually associated with misfits but now it's considered in style. Some 'fashionistas' are delighted to find it in the mainstream again while others think it's just another tacky inclination for perpetual bandwagon babes. Furthermore, we are starting to see more and more color in wedding dresses. Today, we are featuring a unique airbrushed wedding dress (which was mistakenly identified as 'dip-dyed). From the top, it boasts traditional white, but the bottom is detailed with a colorful gradient starting with a sort of sunset orange and finishing in blue. We've also included some of the comments that people have made on Imgur and Reddit, where it was originally posted. We are all entitled to our own wedding dress opinions, but there's a story behind this particular dress that is more significant than a passing trend.
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Take Taylor Ann Linko, the bride who’s shaking up the Internet with her multicolored wonder of a wedding gown. An artist by trade, Taylor Ann bought her dress at a discount store and used an airbrush to carefully tint it with layers and layers of rich color. She’s one of many brides who have recently chosen dip-dyed or airbrushed dresses for looks that are anything but typical. 
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Today, we are featuring a unique airbrushed wedding dress (which was mistakenly identified as 'dip-dyed). From the top, it boasts traditional white, but the bottom is detailed with a colorful gradient starting with a sort of sunset orange and finishing in blue. We've also included some of the comments that people have made on Imgur and Reddit, where it was originally posted.
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Similar creations are now popping up across Instagram with the hashtag #dipdyeweddingdress. Showing off a wide range of hues and different levels of color, they’re all quite something, but it is worth noting what Taylor’s photog James pointed out so adamantly in his original Insta caption: Taylor’s dress was “airbrushed, not dip dyed.”

Published on Nov 16, 2016 | Under News | By admin
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