PICTURES: Kitchener Duct Tape Prom Dress Photos and Videos Goes Viral: Recently the news has come on the web that a Kitchener teen spent over 150 hours making a prom outfit out of duct tape. Recently the news has come on the Internet and this news is getting viral on social media platforms. This news become a topic of discussion and many people are discussing the news. As per the report, A Kitchener, Ont. teen was called one of the five finalists in a North American competition to make a prom dress out of duct tape. She made a pretty dress. Here we have more information about news and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article. Follow More Updates On

Kitchener Duct Tape Prom Dress

Kitchener Duct Tape Prom Dress

According to the report, a girl who is known as Avolan Hagerman is 19 years old. She took 157 hours and 25 rolls of duct tape for completing her design. Even she created a clutch bag to accessorize her outfit. Recently she completed her graduation from Kitchener Waterloo Collegiate Institute, said the project was about more than just making a beautiful outfit.

” When I first began I knew that I wanted to make a dress, but I want it to have meaning,” she told CBC Kitchener-Waterloo. You are on the right page for getting the right information about the news, so please read the complete article.

Kitchener Duct Tape Prom Dress Photos

She said that she drew from her own struggles with concern for inspiration to create the spiral pattern on the outfit. ” When you are truly concerned, your thoughts may spiral and swirl and get worse and rebellious, ” she said.”The choker around my neck was to show the feeling of concern, choking you”. Hagerman said there is a meaning behind the black and white colors she select, describing how sometimes she views certain situations as black and white. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.

She said the gold stripe around the edge of the dress is a play on the expression “silver lining”. “Except it is gold, so “gold lining,” she said. The competition, run by Duck Brand duct tape is for students in Canada and the U.S. The winner is decided by online voting, which is open on July 13th. The contest winner will get home a $10,000 cash college scholarship. She has been selected as one of ten finalists by the contest’s judges and is the only Canadian finalist to be featured in the duct tape prom dress category. Here we have shared all the information which we had. Stay tuned for more information. 


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