This Gown Designed by Natalie Walsh Changes Color As You Move

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Jun 10, 2014 • References: nataliewalsh & mymodernmet
This dress designed by Natalie Walsh takes the term 'you look glowing' to another level. The gown is covered in fiber optics, giving the playful piece an enamoring colorful effect.

Based out of San Francisco, Natalie Walsh created the glow in the dark dress by first making a plain white, puffy-skirted dress and adding pouches to hide the fiber optic light source. Then the designer took fiber optics from Ants on a Melon and wrapped them around the body of the garment to give it a glowing shape, while the ends cascade downward to produce a uniquely lit up skirt.

As the wearer moves, the colors of the skirt change in a variety of fiber optic jelly fish-inspired rainbow hues. Stats for Rainbow Fiber Optic Dresses Trending: Older & Chilly
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