Psycho is our stunning reverse dip dye dress. She is the same shape as our popular Pulp Fiction design. Psycho is made from stunning silk fabric, which feels and flows beautifully. The dip dye starts at a dramatic dark grey and then turns to ivory at the bottom. This is the dress for brides who want to stand out in the crowd. If you like a low back then psycho is the dress for you.
Psycho can come in any colour. All dresses are hand dyed in our studio.
Psycho is sold as a single garment but we also have lots of lace tops, which look stunning over the top.
We recommend this dress is hand washed.
All of our dresses are handmade from scratch in our studio. This means you can alter any of the designs to suit your individual style and shape.Make an Enquiry
Try on our sample
Some of our sample dresses are also stocked at Rock the Frock Bridal Boutique
If you live too far away for measuring and fittings you can still get your dream dress made!
We only require some of your body measurements to start creating. Once ordered you will receive a detailed guide on how to measure yourself.
We understand how important and personal finding your wedding dress is. We promise to assist you in anyway that we can. We are here to make the perfect dress to suit you and your wedding.
All our dresses are lovingly designed and handmade by Lucy which guarantees a personal dress with a professional quality.Book an Appointment
Price & Information
All of our dresses are handmade from scratch in our tropical studio. You can now choose how your dress will be made.
Our 'Made to order' service is where your dress will be made in a standard size e.g 10, 12, 14. This service will not include alterations.
Our 'Made to measure' service is where we measure your whole body and make a dress that will fit you perfectly. Alterations are also included in this service
About Lucy Can't Dance
Lucy Can’t Dance originated 6 years ago, in 2013 when I started making vintage inspired clothing. I always had a love for fashion and enjoyed dreaming up ideas and putting them into creations. Never would I have thought to make bridal wear. In 2015 a friend asked me to make her wedding dress, I decided to embrace the challenge, which I thoroughly enjoyed and that’s when Lucy Can’t Dance Alternative Bridal Wear began.