Added Dec 20, 2011
When I saw the dress in the magazine it became number 1 in my wish list. The only problem was the level of difficulty that scared me. It took me some weeks to finish it, when I was near to giving up I just put it aside, waited 2 days and tried again and again.
Well, as far as the sewing proccess is concerned: the V-neckline is too deep for my taste, I made it some cm higher. The starbusts are so beautiful, but are the hell to work with.
Frankly speaking I am quite satisfied with the result, although it was a challenge for me.
I was finishing to hem the dress watching “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and my look is inspired by it.
Crep satin, invisible zipper
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