Her arms hide it from the front, but she does look feminine in person.
Here is the frame with a dress draped over it and a skull set on top. This was just to make sure the dress fit.
Undressing her was not nearly as fun as it sounds. Here, I have chicken wire creating the shape of her chest and hips. I really want this prop to look feminine.
Same bits, different angle.
Putting a monster-mud covered dress over the frame and chicken wire was a major PITA.
This is the back. The clamps aren't toys. I used the clamps to gather the dress in the back, so it would hug the figure in the front. The little boy on the left is 8 years old, and 5 feet tall, for size comparison.
I mudded the arms, chest and back. I will be corpsing them tomorrow, to match the head.