Colette’s “Licorice” made into a blouse instead of a dress.
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nouvellegamine papillon parade…
very cute! I love the fabric!
I love the pleated back. What a great idea! The dress is wonderful :D
very cute and I love the color!
so cute! I love it!
this is stunning! I am a fan of that pattern and it looks even better sewn up!
gorgeous! I love the matching you did on the fabric!
very nice. That’s nice to know that they’re comfortable despite appearing to be close fitting. We…
the flared gored skirt and mini pleated skirt are my favs. I’m really into the colors as well. No…
very lovely! I like the mustard color of the skirt matched with the striped blouse!
very nice. I love colorful exposed zippers!
I like it. It’s very 1930s :D
very beautiful. Love the colors together.
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