Added Jun 7, 2008
Firstly, Thank you Ale for your simplified and lovely pattern. It was very easy to ensemble. My mom gave me this white strecht fabric just last month. I was tried to figured out what am I going to do because it was just one meter. I have to do magic in order to cut the pieces of the Polini Dress. It stuck in my mind since I lay eyes on it. Sleeves couldn’t be in their original lenght but I made them 3/4 lenght.
As well, I have to add a piece of lace on the zoom for enlarging (The fabric wasn’t enough)
I didn’t use a zipper because the fabric is strech, so it was very easy and fast.
I wear it cassually with jeans beneath as a tunic and complimented with a colorful rustic necklace and earrings, and casual high heels sandals.
As well, I wore it in a summer cocktail party accesorised it with bronze high heels pumps and a purse in the same tone. I received compliments, Both outfits were confortable and lovely.
Thank you Alec
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