|Today's Church gear!|
I enjoy a cute little dress!
|My husband's shirt served as a "jacket" of sorts.|
It's what I usually migrate towards when choosing garments to purchase (when I was purchasing - before joining this challenge) as well as to sew. By today's standards you could say that cute little dresses are my "uniform" of choice.
|Such an easy dress to wear!|
I've had this pattern for a while. I can tell you that it was the jacket that caught my attention - a jacket with a belt of any kind is my hook! I was also pleasantly surprised by the dress.
|I have my photographer to thank for this facial expression. He's certified SILLY!|
The "simple-ness" of it combined with the subtle details (i.e. the front and back necklines, the front and back darts)...and the back slit....of course!!!! - makes this my kind of dress!
|Dress in action!|
A super easy dress to make with no waist seam....just two long pattern pieces - "dress front" and "dress back" AND....as if that weren't enough? It's lined! I am certain that I will make this again and may even get to the jacket.
The fabric is some type of medium weight polyester crepe that I found in Virginia's stash. There is also a cut of this exact fabric in black (this is the navy cut).
|That's all folks!|
Perhaps I'll take inspiration from one of my absolute favorite designers, Carolina Herrera, and make a black and white pant suit!
|Photo source: vogue.com|
Until next time....PEACE AND BLESSINGS!!!!