Added Aug 18, 2013
by cris orange
About this dress has already been said everything.
Now a new version I´ve sewn last weekened, as intermezzo between 2 bigger projects.
(at which weekend means really 2 full days from early morning until late in the night –
in my case this is anyway relatively quickly).
It is again made of a light breezy embroidered cotton batist (I live such thing!),
this time I made it a little shorter so that one can better see the shoes :-)
I love this dress because it is uncomplicated and suitable for every day life but nevertheless so delicate, feminine and versatile: you can style it from elegant to casual and you can wear it from office to shopping, from the beach to the museum and from lunch with the best friend to garden party!
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