Be the belle of the ball with this glow-in-the-dark dress

Ladies, this is THE DRESS to wear when you wanna outrage, outcast and outshine the competition as you shimmy on the dance floor.

Created by San Francisco designer Natalie Walsh, who obviously shares a similar ambition, this extremely sparkly dress is carefully wired with fibre optic filaments that cascade into a frenzy of rainbow neons.

“The inspiration for this dress came from the first time I saw this fiber optic product in action,” explains Walsh.

“I was at a festival when I saw a bloom of fiber optic jellyfish. It created such a beautiful effect I knew I had to turn the concept into something wearable.”

Via My Modern Met

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