Here’s the story:
I’m getting married, but not having a conventional wedding. We’re having a cookout/bonfire for the reception, but only a private ceremony. Still, I want to look great at this shindig.
What I need:
I’m looking for a pattern, suitable for a curvy girl. I’m thinking a bit of 50s style wouldn’t hurt it, but I’ll probably go a teensy bit shorter than the standard tea length dress. The wedding will be in the beginning of September, so it could still be hot, but I’ll need to have a sweater or something with me, since we’ll be outside, and it will get colder. Do you have a dress pattern that would fill these requirements? The dress and sweater don’t have to be in the same pattern.
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