Added Jan 18, 2012
Brooklyn, New Yo...
I made this using a 1930’s evening gown pattern as inspiration, but sauced it up with some skin-revealing mesh, and made it a little more wearable for the modern woman. The front of the shirt has two pieces cut on the straight grain, and one on the bias for a nice drape. The front of the shirt is also longer than in the back, for more belly coverage.
More on how I did this on my blog Daughter Fish
And, of course, this baby’s for sale on my Etsy shop"
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