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Rosemary's Baby Dress

Added Jan 3, 2012

by hunterkitty78

Houston, Texas, ...

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Description

This is from a vintage 1968 Simplicity pattern. It reminded me of something Mia Farrow would have worn in Rosemary’s Baby, hence the name!

p.s. – I currently have a serious obsession with Peter Pan collars.

Material Notes

The dress is made of a wool / cotton blend and the collar and cuffs are a rayon blend. The pattern was a couple of sizes too large so I sized down.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Winter, Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Mod

Credits

Simplicity

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    Jan 7, 2012, 10.19 PMby Brumby Ramsay

    Looks great, and I can definitely see it in black and white!

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    Jan 3, 2012, 07.39 AMby Ralf Schmitz

    this is my all time favorite movie and i love love love the styling! and your dress is too beautiful! GREAT!!!

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      Jan 4, 2012, 03.41 AMby hunterkitty78

      thank you so much! I love the movie too, and a lot of other horror from that era. I love the way this turned out enough that I’m contemplating making another one in black with white collars, but we’ll see

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    Jan 3, 2012, 03.07 AMby Tracey McGowan Wirth

    Great Dress!!! Really creepy movie-eh? Love the collar!

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      Jan 3, 2012, 03.35 AMby hunterkitty78

      creepy movie but awesome fashion :) thank you!!

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    Jan 3, 2012, 02.13 AMby buzzybee

    I think you named it just right! And I share your love with Peter Pan collars!

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