Added May 19, 2012
I wanted something simple and cute for church to put me in a good mood, that require as less time as possible to complete it. So I decided to make a flare dress. The skirt is asymmetrical where the front is slightly shorter than the back. Puff sleeve shaped with tiny pleats. The bodice as pleats at the neckline. A zip enclosed at the side.
To make the look complete I accessories it with a very hot shoes and a fancy belt.
This is what the finish product look like. What is your take on it???
2 1/2 yds silk satin
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