It’s fitting (pun intended) that the first day of Pride month is also Wear a Dress Day. And amidst the storm of bigotry that rains down vitriol and violence onto the queer community, especially our trans and nonbinary siblings and drag performers, I want Chrissy to stand up and out in a pink dress and high heels.

Pink has always been Chrissy’s color. I want to showcase the contrast between his muscular body plus masculine facial features and the femininity of the ensemble.

It took me so long to figure out what kind of dress shape I want Chrissy to wear.

This is actually the second dress I created for him. Last year I made a gold dress for Chrissy to wear to a wedding event hosted by a fellow doll creator. I did make a tulle skirt for him but that hardly counted as a dress.

I mean neither is this, but I feel like I’ve improved. Sewing is not my forte, I can tell you that.

For inspo, I looked at Serena Williams’ red carpet appearances and fashion spreads. She wore a black dress with a chiffon (I think) accent that just cascaded down from her waist for a November 2018 issue of GQ.

So, I tried replicating that but used pink instead and added silver jewelry with rhinestones to make it campier and sort of reminiscent of Our Lady Marilyn Monroe’s Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.

It also happens to be World Milk Day, but the only milk Chrissy drinks are either soy milk, oat milk, hemp milk, or man milk, so I modified the Rement carton.

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