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A costume designer named Olivia Mears has the soul of a woman who'd rather just get take-out, but she's too talented to just wear sweatpants like the rest of us. So instead she's created the pizza dress, and it'd be a perfect look for prom if your prom consisted of sitting at home eating pizza.

The pizza prom dress is perfect because it's also a bed.

Mears explained her inspiration on Imgur, where she wrote this beautiful stanza. Probably while under the influence of pizza:

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It's a symbolic dress for when spiraling down a dark abyss of angry reds and gritty yellows, stuck in a continuous loop of grasping for what makes you genuinely happy while never escaping the grease-stain of a world based on indulging fleeting satisfaction. a world not made for the self-aware.

Woah, we've all found ourselves stuck in this "grease-stain of a world" at some point, and the only way to survive is to embrace it with pizza. She also revealed that "the stuffed crust on this dress makes a really great pillow!"

The dress is even better when it's hypnotizing you with pepperoni swirls.

I created a dress that dreams are made of. If only I'd had this for my prom. โœจ๐Ÿ•โœจ #pizzadress made & worn by me.

A post shared by Olivia Mears, the Taco Belle (@avantgeek) on

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Mears apparently designed the dress for the Domino's Piece of the Pie contest, which might explain this freaking ridiculous pizza box throne that must have years (days) of orders to create. Show up to prom with that throne and I personally guarantee you win prom queen.

Unfortunately for everyone, the dress is apparently one-of-a-kind and not for sale. She wrote on Facebook: "For those asking where to buy the #pizzadress: it is a *one-of-a-kind* dress made by me (Avant-Geek)."

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I created a dress that dreams are made of! If only I'd had this for my prom. โœจ๐Ÿ•โœจ Plot twist: I'm also the original Taco Belle! For those asking where to buy the #pizzadress: it is a *one-of-a-kind* dress made by me (Avant-Geek).

Posted by Avant-Geek on Thursday, April 20, 2017

But if you can't get enough, hey, this is also the woman who made taco dress:

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She's clearly got no shortage of ideas. Next lets see a dress inspired by a burrito.