Added Mar 13, 2013
Norwich, United ...
My first Darling Ranges dress was made in a fabric that was a bit see through so I decided to make a slip so I could wear it more often. I used 109B from Burda magazine April 2011. There was no modelled picture in the magazine but I’ve added a picture of the wrap dress in the magazine that that the slip was designed to go under.
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