"George looks adorable, he couldn't have, couldn't have done
that to the shower curtain. I think I vote "gray" on the next
shower curtain. That one (white) kinda reminds me of the
Hoover Belle gown - he-he!"
(I was a "Hoover Belle" in high school, a service organization where the members where antebellum dresses for some of the appearances and induction ceremony.)
The funny thing is, ever since I purchased the shower curtain I had the same thought. I envisioned the fluffly cotton ruffles in a different life -- not my Hoover Belle gown, but as a running-through-the-fields-in-my-overly-fabulous-dress kind of dress.
|Giambattista Valli’s white ruffled dress. Photo via Nibs|
|Chloe Silk Chiffon Tiered Ruffle Dress|
And then I saw this in the latest issue of Rue. It's more formal than my imaginary dress (that is paired with imaginary brown wedges, by the way), but you can start to see the vision, right?
|Photo via Rue for Gumps San Francisco|
If you're thinking of translating the concept literally, this gal made her wedding dress from Anthropologie shower curtains!
|Image by Ooh! Events via Style Me Pretty.|
By the way, I have an idea for tweaking the shower curtain. One that's just crazy enough that the seamstress was really confused when I tried to explain it. Ha!