Added Sep 12, 2013
I used the Burda pattern #113 for this project and added a few of my own touches to the top. I decided that a metallic leather chording would break up the pattern inbetween the bodice and the bottom of the shirt. I also lined the entire top so that it appeared to be more stiff.
I drafted my own pattern for the skirt. It was made out of a stretch metallic looking fabric.
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