Inflatable Dresses The Future Of Fashion

a lovely inflatable inflatable victorian day dressinflatable ball gownwith inflatable dresses thrpoughout the ages the problem has been keeping
the dress in a natural position when inflated with air., this was achieved
in france in 1862  by marcelle,foyer using rubberised silk to construct an
airtight dress
as long as the dress was not inflated too fully as this would result in
lady having her dress above her head like an umbrella, also with the poor
quality of the material available at the time these dresses would puncture
 easily leaving an elegant lady looking like a crumpled mess.

New Era

As a child and teenager I always had a fascination for inflated clothing.
 To achieve this end I like so many others had to settle for the use of
putting a plastic bag or beachball inside a skirt, dress or pants to
 achieve an inflated piece of clothing. Later I learned to become a
dressmaker, this gave me the experience that I needed with design
construction, using more modern materials, especially pvc I spent many
 months working on inflatable clothing pricinpally dresses. After many
months of trial and error and disaster I finally in 1982 achieved the
 ultimate by construction of a dress that looked like a dress, could
put on like a dress and zipped up in the normal way that was totally
airtight and could be hard inflated and would stay inflated all the time
 by use of a valve. Since that time I have developed all forms of
inflatable clothing, everything from a 14 foot diameter ballgown down to
a inflatable mini skirt.

These garments are becoming extremely popular for those wishing to have a
 victorian style wedding with a lightweight inflatable dress. This has now
 expanded of course into all forms and types of dress, this includes both
the normal markets, fashion houses, etc and also includes the inflatophile
and fetish markets.
  What is the inflatable dress, what is the inflatable skirt or inflatable
 pant,s , ok they are item,s of inflatable clothing, , do they exsist
beyond the realm,s of fantasy, or beyond an inflatable rubber suit or short
,s,

yes they do, and they were in fact first tried out in 1851, by john dunlop
who later became a tyre manufacturer. His first efforts were for his wife
who like most ladies of the age was highly into fashion. The fashion of the
 time was for large hooped skirts made of very heavy materials including
 whale bone to make the hoops and even steel. These garments as can be
guessed weighed very heavy so Dunlop made thin rubber tubing that was
fitted into the hem and midway in the skirt. A maid would inflate the tubes
 which would then create a lightweight hooped skirt. Dunlop also made an
 inflatable framed crinoline that fitted beneath the ladie’s dress in order
 to give it it’s hooped appearance. Francius dumonand of Paris in 1863 came
 up with a slightly better idea which was to take a ladie’s crinoline dress
 and coat the inside of the dress with rubber fitting a base and space for
the lady with a base fitted to the dress and coated with rubber and fitted
with a valve. This idea was partially practical as long as the dress was
not inflated too fully as this would result in the lady having her dress
above her head like an umbrella, also with the poor quality of the material
 available at the time these dresses would puncture easily leaving an
elegant lady looking like a crumpled mess.

New Era

As a child and teenager I always had a fascination for inflated clothing.
To achieve this end I like so many others had to settle for the use of
putting a plastic bag or beachball inside a skirt, dress or pants to
achieve an inflated piece of clothing. Later I learned to become a
dressmaker, this gave me the experience that I needed with design and
 construction, using more modern materials, especially pvc I spent many
months working on inflatable clothing pricinpally dresses. After many
 months of trial and error and disaster I finally in 1982 achieved the
ultimate by construction of a dress that looked like a dress, could be put
 on like a dress and zipped up in the normal way that was totally airtight
and could be hard inflated and would stay inflated all the time by use of
a valve. Since that time I have developed all forms of inflatable clothing,
 everything from a 14 foot diameter ballgown down to a inflatable mini
skirt.

These garments are becoming extremely popular for those wishing to have a
 victorian style wedding with a lightweight inflatable dress. This has now
 expanded of course into all forms and types of dress, this includes both
the normal markets, fashion houses, etc and also includes the inflatophile
 and fetish markets.

As time goes forward this idea will be taken even further into all forms
of clothing, many of which may be worn in the form of special formal gowns,
 tv production, stage and theatre, also in the manufacture of sissy maid,
 french maid, victorian era and other large skirt areas. We also produce
all forms of fetish inflatable for those who just wish to have an
inflatable for sexual purposes including all forms of inflatable clothes
for that purpose, including special made to order items.

We also produce all forms of pvc dresses, skirts and gowns for all sectors
 of the market including made to measure
contact victori on

 victoriadresses@aol.com    the dressmaker of dreams

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~ by victoriadresses on January 31, 2008.

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