We couldn’t have been more clairvoyant to have hinted at an OLED wedding dress, and this comes close – e-Textile artist Alison Lewis came up with the Lighted Wedding Dress which she painstakingly created for a friend. The lighting component is located right under the skirt which in turn is hooked to a row of snaps to the interior of the dress, allowing one to turn the lighting feature on or off, depending on the situation. The fiber-optic fabric by Italy-based Luminex helps ensure a soft illumination complete with the customary twinkling effect to get your guests all starry-eyed. Just be prepared to carry the weight of four AAA batteries around with you while wearing this, though.
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