YUNA (WEDDING DRESS)

Final Fantasy 10

Photographer

Eurobeat King, Kyle Johnsen

Hair & Makeup

Yaya Han

Styling

Yaya Han

Why I chose to make this costume:

I thought this was a very elegant and beautiful wedding dress, worthy of being made :) The wings and feathers especially called out to me, so I took on the project.

How I made this costume:

This costume was far more time-consuming and expensive than I had originally planned, mostly because I added details and elements to original design. The dress is fully lined, serged, top-stitched, and has a patterned silvery sheer layer over multiple panels to break up the monotone mass of white bridal satin. I used well over 20 yards of quality fabric on it. The front panel has scattered rhinestones attached for extra glamour, and every feather used for the wings and trim (over 600) was individually clipped and shaped by me. I poured over a hundred hours into this dress, making everything from scratch and not taking any shortcuts, not even with the bouquet. I wanted this costume to be an actual usable wedding dress, and I think I succeeded. Aside from adding details to parts of the outfit, I put lighting into the wings and the entire perimeter of the feather trim. Thanks to my friend Brian this was possible; he taught me a lot about electronics and wiring. The dress glows in the dark, and the wings have multicolored lighting installed.

Thoughts on this costume:

This was quite a challenging project, this time on the technical side, and I am incredibly proud of the end product. A few disadvantages were the cost of the project (well over $500), the cumbersome nature of the dress, and the lack of locations around town where I could do a photoshoot.

 

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