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This means business.

Added Dec 2, 2009

by brocader

Sydney, Australia

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Description

Long-sleeved shirt-dress with bust detailing. I didn’t do a great job with fitting, so the belt is essential!

Based on a combination of 119 and 120 from Burda WOF 1/2009.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Dress
Style
Business, Classic
Material
Polyester

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    Dec 2, 2009, 12.59 PMby scheryka

    I bought a shirt dress and am not happy with the RTW results. I bought it from online at a semi upscale store. (I think because I usually shop at the local discount stores.) Anyhow, I am going to make my own shirt dress and I think I want one in a black and white gingham with some red or yellow piping.

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    Dec 2, 2009, 06.53 AMby brocader

    Haha thanks! Yeah, on reflection it looks a little uniformy without a belt.

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    Dec 2, 2009, 06.09 AMby frkbustad

    I really like the long-shirt-dresses, and are planning quite a few myself. Too bad with the fitting, but I still think it looks great with a belt. Maybe as you say, more business-like?

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