Added Aug 4, 2012
Here’s my Lilly dress. Yes, because at the base, it’s a dress. But I do think that wearing the tunic, given the transparency of the fabric … I had thought of creating a ground color but with the drape, I was afraid of losing the charm of the dress.
Seen at the base I wanted to do or a liner or a ground color, I zapped the pockets, and then saw the fineness of the fabric, I think it’s not worse.
I also skip the zipper on the back. Because the fabric is stretchy, I bet on a permanent closure, teardrop, enhanced by a small decorative button. My dress-coat slips on, then.
Based on the pattern burda following : http://www.burdafashion.com/fr/Magazines/burda_Style/134_Robe/1270777-1000019-1795922-1796006.html
(I can not find it in the list of patterns available here)
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