Best dresses from ISU JGP in Colorado Springs | ladies free program

fashion results

Here my fashion top after the ladies free program at ISU JGP in Colorado Springs.

Lea Johanna Dastich (Germany)

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Cute dress! I like the combination of colors and its simplicity. The dress looks wearable and age appropriate for the junior skater.

Emy Decelles (Canada)

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I quite like this dress. It has interesting combination of textureы and nice cut. The color is also good for the young skater. But I’m not sure about the gloves.

Ekaterina Mitrofanova (Russia)

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Maybe the execution could been better but I’m glad that young skaters aware of fashion news. The prototype of the dress is from Valentino’s collection.

Paige Rydberg (USA)

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The dress is balanced. A lot of rhinestones but the silhouette is simple. I also like the deep blue color.

Some ladies surprised me and a caused a slight feeling of nostalgia. Somewhere I ‘ve already seen it)

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See also who was the most stylish in short program in Colorado Springs. You can also see my fashion results for ice dancers in Colorado Springs 2015.

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5 Comments on Best dresses from ISU JGP in Colorado Springs | ladies free program

  1. Thank you so much. My web site is http://www.illuminescentdesign.com. Gracie wore the black and white dress for the cover of Sports Illustrated. Best day ever for me.

    • I also like a lot Gracie’s dress for the Sleeping beauty! Love the idea of this “spider web”…..like the princess in the web of dark curse)

  2. I am so glad that you liked my costumes. My name is Gail Johnson and I own Illuminescent Design, Inc. I made the blue dress that Paige Rydberg is wearing and the Black and White dress for Gracie Gold just under Paige’s dress. Dresses get copied all the time and I just consider it flattery.

    • Hi! Nice to meet you! You mean the black and white dress that Gracie wore at the beginning of the 2013-2014 season? Wow! That dress is just amazing!

    • Also you can provide me with links to your site and I will post it near your dress. I guess this will be inreresting to readers (and skaters and parents readers it too) and fair to you as designer.
      And don’t hesitate to tell about your other works if you would like to. I want to give as many details as I can, but usually it is diffucult to know who is author of a dress

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