Fancy Dance Dress Round Up

By |2018-09-10T06:35:19+00:00September 10th, 2018|1920s Style Fashion, 1950s Style Fashion, 1970s Style Fashion, 1980s Fashion, Costumes, Tracy Designs Dresses|

It is festival season and that means DANCING!

What’s more fun than a glow in the dark dress with fluorescent snaps to dance in?

Tracy McElfreshTracy McElfresh

Now, don’t let this dress fool you. The design is just as […]

Collaboration with The Mural Machine

By |2017-02-08T01:08:51+00:00May 9th, 2016|Fashion Shows, Formal Wear, Makes of 2016, Uncategorized|

Last April two wonderful Dayton artists Etch and Tiffany Clark of the Mural Machine asked if I would be interested in making something out of their drop cloth from painting the East End Community Center, Cornerstone below.

East End Community Center, Cornerstone painted by Tiffany Clark and Etch

Etch Graffiti Dress

By |2017-02-08T00:52:56+00:00December 7th, 2015|1950s Style Fashion, Costumes, Formal Wear, Makes of 2015, Tracy Designs Dresses, Uncategorized|

Put some sugar on it!!! WARNING!! I’m holding nothing back in this journal listing.\n\nSorry, I’m a little tired from last nights Sleater Kinny/ Waxahatchee music show.

I have been extremely excited to tell you all about the graffiti dress. I kept it secret for so long and it about killed me! When I make […]

The Cicada Dress an Artist Collaboration with Etch

By |2017-02-07T23:19:44+00:00September 18th, 2015|1940s Style Fashion, Makes of 2013, Uncategorized|

Local artist Etch designed a cicada bug to have printed on Spoonflower fabric for a collaboration. I love bugs and cicadas are the cutest. This is etch mixing, he’s also  a great DJ. Dayton is full of inspiration.

Tracy Mcelfresh

Here is a screen shot of […]