Added Dec 29, 2008
London, United K...
This top is a re-cycle of a vintage dress – I cut the dress in two and used the skirt to make a mini dress.
The top has a cross over look and the white fabric for the lower part of the top is made from a Ikea Shower Fabric bought in the sale, the fabric is woven so it gives a very soft effect. The top has an empire line look and the sleeve is a bat wing style, I slashed the sleeves to give more movement to the top.
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