Fashion designer Sarah Hambly learned sewing from her mother and by watching YouTube videos. And even though it involved a lot of trial and error at first, the woman has been creating absolutely stunning dresses for the past four years. Recently, the woman shared a collection of dresses she created in 2020, and it did not take long for them to go viral on Twitter, gathering hundreds of thousands of likes in just over a week.

In a recent interview with Bored Panda, the designer said that dresses usually take her between a day and two weeks to complete, although she has done dresses that took as much as four months in the past. “Once I have a clear design in my head, I usually work on figuring out how to execute it and what materials I should use, and then go about building it from memory,” explained Sarah. “Sometimes, when I know the project will take a while, I will sketch out the design first and put it aside until I have more time to figure out how to make them.”

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Recently, self-taught fashion designer Sarah Hambly shared a collection of dresses she designed in 2020, and people instantly fell in love with them

#1 Houses Of Hogwarts Inspired Dress: Slytherin

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#2 A Sorcerer Costume

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Sarah says that since COVID forced many of us indoors for a big portion of 2020, she wanted to help herself and others pass time by sewing and getting others interested in sewing. “Normally, when a dress is finished, I would photograph them and then rent them out for other photographers to use, [but because of the pandemic] I haven’t had the chance to photograph as much as I liked, so I have kept them until I can showcase them properly,” said the designer.

#3 A Folklore Inspired Wedding Dress

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#4 Houses Of Hogwarts Inspired Dress: Ravenclaw

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The designer says that dresses can cost between $2, like the dress she made from a thrifted shower curtain, to thousands of dollars if fabrics like fiber optics are used. Sarah also tries to make a lot of textiles herself, so the price can quickly stack up. “I make them all myself, each one is bespoke, and I don’t tend to repeat any designs more than once,” explained the designer.

Check out more of Sarah’s stunning dresses below!

#5 Giambattista Valli

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#6 Dress I Made This Year

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#7 Elsa

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#8 Houses Of Hogwarts Inspired Dress: Gryffindor

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#9 A Dress Made For The Film Wonderwell

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#10 Geralt Inspired

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#11 Air

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#12 A Loki Inspired Look

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#13 A Dress Made From Fabric I Found On Wish

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#14 A Peek-A-Boo Dress From A Shower Curtain

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#15 Dress I Made This Year

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#16 Yennefer Inspired

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#17 Daenerys Coat

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#18 A Renaissance Painting As A Dress

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#19 15ft Train Black Dress

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#20 Houses Of Hogwarts Inspired Dress: Hufflepuff

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