Cutout Back Dress with Ties

Added Nov 29, 2012

by corinaladue

San Ramon, Calif...






I made this for my shop on Etsy and was offering them custom for a while, but I’m putting the business on hold for a while. Until we move or until Jerry Brown drops dead. j/k Anyway like everything I made for the shop it is reversible. It has two keyholes in the front and a cutout back. I gave this a full skirt, but I also drafted a pencil skirt version which I really love. I’ll have to post that next…

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By corinaladue at Etsy

Material Notes

cotton blend, snaps, thread




Spring, Summer
Garment Type
Casual, Classic, Vintage

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    Nov 29, 2012, 07.12 PMby laracrj

    Wow that is stunning! Favourite, favourite favourite! I’ve been thinking of reversible dresses for a while now and even bought some reversible zips, but they aren’t very pretty. Never thought of making such a feature of the fastenings. I don’t suppose you could tell me how you did the fastenings so that they work both ways? Hope your business picks up again! x

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      Nov 29, 2012, 09.23 PMby corinaladue

      Thanks! A lot of what I do is slip on type clothing. I’ve never bothered with reversible zippers, but I do use a lot of buttons and snaps.

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    Nov 29, 2012, 04.35 PMby Mary Athey

    Don’t know what jerry brown did on you lol. But the dress is gorgeous!! i love how its reversable x

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      Nov 29, 2012, 04.43 PMby corinaladue

      If you’re not on gov. assistance you are considered “wealthy” by the state. Try asking a small business owner in California how that works out! Actually no I don’t want to get political. But thank you for the nice comment.

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      Nov 29, 2012, 05.01 PMby Mary Athey

      I.ll google it a case of the rich getting richer then. i hope you get your business up and running again soon.your dress makings fab x

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      Nov 29, 2012, 05.15 PMby corinaladue

      Thank you Mary. I really appreciate that.

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