Here comes the “Lady in Red”. This is a bias pullover dress with gathers at left side and mock wrap front with asymmetrical seam. The style is inspired by Vogue.
I use stretch crepe as no zipper…
Love the colour and cute dress
Thanks Vinia :-)
Awesome skirt…like the plaid
cool coat and hairstyle
Nice dress…like the pleats
Pretty fabric…I like this pattern. I have made this top before and plan on making the dress. Yo…
Thanks Ellen…it is indeed a very comfy top in a cool way :-)
Thanks Liliv…I really like the combination too :-)
Thanks very much Libra :-)
Thanks Mary…I am going back to my root with my hair, it is called Bantu Knots. I have quiet a f…
Thanks Velvetribbon! You certainly must give the collar a try it will add pop to your outfit. Loo…
Like the combination and it looks great
Lovely top…like the combination and you look great
Nice dress and print
Great dress and you match the stripes up perfectly
This 60s style top is made from small scraps of fabric. The bodice yoke represents the primary detail and the lower part has small pleats at front and back.
This is my relax look and it is very…
Totally love this Ellen…the butterflies make it special and you wear it well
Fabulous neckline and it looks great on
Nice, I so love dots
Thanks Rita…I totally agree :-)
Thanks Vinia..the collar really pops the dress :-)
Thanks Mary…that is such a flattering comment. I never get tired of you saying it :-)
Thanks Ellen….that is such a great compliment :-). I love the jacket style too and plan on maki…
Thanks Liliv…that is so nice to hear :-)
Great jumpsuit and I like how you use the fabric
Looking fab…like the peplum with the bow at the back it gives it a nice touch. The colour is al…
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