3D Printable Files & 3D Models

For Fashionistas and Trendsetters

18 Sexy Outfits from the 3D Printer

Would you like to have a piece of clothing or a fashion accessory that no one else has? When you see this fashion selection, your printer will overheat!


3d model bra

Source: Thingiverse, woodrobot

If you fancy extravagance: This is the ultimate bustier in the Ammonit look, created during the Fashion Week in Edmonton. It’s hollow inside so there’s room for the breasts. A part that is sure to draw everyone’s attention! It was printed with a Rostock MAX V2.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: woodrobot

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Tie Clip

3d model mustache clip

Source: cgtrader, sela-wy

Everyone knows that cool patterned, eye-catching shirts have become a must-have – but why not top it all and show off with a hip tie pin?

Found on cgtrader, Maker: sela-wy. Price: $2.10

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Source: MyMiniFactory, scott taylor

For this sexy dress you have to plan 177 printing hours and 739 g filament. Print it with a layer height of 0.2 mm and 10 % infill and attract all attention!

Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: scott taylor

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Knotted Look

Source: Pinshape, RobElfordDesign

With these flexible knit knots you can assemble different outfits or simply use them as a fashion accessory. They consist of six parts each, which can easily be plugged together and manufactured with a SLA or FDM desktop 3D printer.

Found on Pinshape, Maker: RobElfordDesign

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Knitted Skirt

Source: Thingiverse, FashionDesign

Why go into boring knitting courses when your 3D printer can do that too? This chic skirt was printed with white flexifill filament with an Ultimaker.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: FashionDesign

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Source: Thingiverse, adafruit

With these illuminated PLA buttons including LED lights you can spice up your jackets and coats a little!

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: adafruit

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Source: Pinshape, min-chieh_chen

Depending on how much filament “yarn” you want to print, you can wear this hot red piece as a top, tunica or dress.

Found on Pinshape, Maker: min-chieh_chen

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Source: Thingiverse, adambergestal

These masks were made for a fashion show – but why not wear them at the next hipster event?

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: adambergestal

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Source: Pinshape, Brandon George

If you don’t like to poke your lapel with pins and you don’t have a fresh cut flower at hand neither, just print this arty flower in any color!

Found on Pinshape, Maker: Brandon George. Price:$ 6.50

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Fairy Dress

Source: Thingiverse, NAntolin

Here organza and tulle were combined with PLA. The result is awesome!

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: NAntolin

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Bow Tie

Source: Thingiverse, YSoft_be3D

Never again the annoying problem of tying a bow tie! Be sure to use flexible filament so that your bow tie yields nicely when you squeeze it plus it hangs easily on your shirt collar. The thin diameter of the individual walls also contributes to the lightness and flexibility of this cool item.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: YSoft_be3D

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Peter Pan Collar

Source: Thingiverse, craeen

Somebody who is not into embroidery but still wants to upgrade one of its tops, just has to print this Peter Pan collar! It is from PLA and was created in a FlashForge Creator Pro. Once the collar has been printed, it can be carefully warmed and shaped with the help of a hairdryer so that it fits perfectly to the top.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: craeen

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Source: Thingiverse, LeFabShop

Oh là là! What do we have here! And how practical too: Depending on the body shape, it can be adjusted before printing using a 3D scan.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: LeFabShop

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Long Dress

Source: Thingiverse, natmrodriguez

This hot PLA dress was created in a MakerBot at the Mix Lab of Montclair State University as part of a fashion 3D printing project. Maker “natmrodriguez” has also printed a casual scarf from the “fabric” and designed high heels to match the look.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: natmrodriguez

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Arty Dress

Source: Thingiverse, MakerBot. Photography: Chris Vongsawat

For all extravagant makers! The top was printed with MakerBot Natural PLA, the skirt with MakerBot Flexible Filament. Attention: Think about the build volume of your printer. You may have to make this look in several pieces!

Found on Thingiverse, Designer: Francis Bitonti, Maker: MakerBot

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Second Skin

Source: Thingiverse, MakerBot

This dress consists of 59 3D printed parts: 20 out of PLA for the harder, skeletal parts and 39 out of MakerBot Flexible Filament for the dynamic, muscle-like parts. The individual elements were then joined together with a special adhesive.

Found on Thingiverse, Designer: Francis Bitonti, Maker: MakerBot

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Hair Crown

Source: Thingiverse, adafruit

For very special occasions: A 3D-printed LED hair crown.

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: adafruit

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Source: Thingiverse, MakerBot

With this piano look tie you will be the king at every party!

Found on Thingiverse, Maker: MakerBot

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