(left) Kathy Stearns, a college student in Geneva, NY, made this lovely dress for an art class final project. She didn’t reveal her grade, but we are guessing that she passed with flying colors - or at least with silvery gray color.
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|Duct Tape Prom
(left) Jodie Cox, with her date Mike Holt, in their duct tape prom formals. It took 3 weeks of strenuous labor and almost 6 rolls of Duct Tape (Jodie doing most of the work, Mike testifies). Jodie and Mike made large sheets of Duct Tape material then she created them from patterns engraved in her mind. Jodie’s formal was constructed by weaving strips of gray Duct Tape to create a checkered look. Mike’s tuxedo was sewn in strips to give it a striped look.And his vest was created using basically the same technique as was used for Jodie's formal. This time smaller rolls of gray, black, and white, strips of Duct Tape were weaved slightly at an angle giving it the look you see. His bow tie was made of gray Duct Tape then accented with black Duct Tape.
More Prom Attire
We have a whole section dedicated to duct tape prom fashions. Click here to see some of our favorite entries in the Duck® brand "Stuck at Prom" contest.
(right): Kathleen McFarlin, along with co-founder, George Onyon (Sacramento, California) have started a Duct Tape Apparel Company called Tape This! Here are two of their creations. For more information e-mail Kathleen at email@example.com
|Brick Laying Glove: Utilitarian Fashion
(left) Thanks to B.R. Henson who spotted this bricklayer with an inventive duct tape use (notice his duct taped gloves). He said, "Gloves don’t last too long in this business unless you duct tape them."
|Duct Tape NeckWear
Andy Rondeau (above) covered a hideously ugly necktie with duct tape to create this babe magnet. Good thinking, Andy!
Duct Tape Tie #2
We think that parochial schools everywhere ought to start allowing their school apparel to be made entirely out of duct tape.
Duct Tape Footwear
Red Green Duct Tape Sportcoat
|Duct Tape Dapper
(left) What appears to be a statute of the tinman is really Andrew Cross of Minneapolis, Minnesota, bedecked head to toe in his own duct tape fashions. Watch out Calvin Klein, step aside, Georgio Armani; Andrew Cross may well become the next fashion moggle!