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Unread 12-05-2012, 05:33 PM   #11
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I'm with Nostrum, make a body double if there are big areas to be covered.

Hime no Toki has a good point too, most high end formal gowns with gobs of beaded details, the beading is done on matching fabric, then applied to the gown. this actually protects both the beading and the gown as it strengthens the areas where a lot of weight in concentrated. If worse comes to worse, you can remove the beaded section, launder the garment, then re-apply it
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