Added Dec 10, 2013
I went back to basic with this simplicity of a style. I use the paneled shift dress from June 2006 as the base of my design with a little unique twist. I added sleeves and zip.
I love the side panel seams because it has a unique feel and at the same time it is very comfortable and easy to wear.
For the sleeves I cut two layers of sleeve and a small piece for the inserts. The inserts were highlight with the white decorative fabric.
I love it and hope you do too. Thanks for looking :-)
Metal separating zip
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