Added Jun 27, 2013
this lofty shift dress and flashy colors. It is sewn from stretchy viscose. Feels like silk but is much easier to maintain and also more suitable for the case.
the German community loving the dress and the shirt because it is very easy to sew and great looks.
Here at the dress, I left off the pockets, which were intended to measurements.
I love it. It is so airy that it is perfect for any heat. The bright colors are very on due to tanned skin, it must be a big hit. Since the cut goes a bit far, I have also sewn a binding belt of the same fabric. I can also now vary the length of the dress.
For the rest I have a Twilly scarf sewn, can as a band for the hair, or as a loop around the neck but also wrapped the arm or as a bracelet (the bracelet is wrapped). Also like to catch the eye of handbags.
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