Added Oct 4, 2011
I made this dress for my brother’s wedding. I had bought the white crepe earlier and I needed something underneath it so that the dress and especially the colour of it would be “less bridal”. The golden blended fabric turned out to look pretty great (though it was pure hell to sew it)! The original pattern is from a Finnish sewing magazine Moda, just few details changed. The upper part was pretty hard to sew, but hey, we all like challenges once in a while, don’t we?
Ivory white Indian silk crepe, golden blended fabric, invisible zipper, silk lining, plastic bones, buckram
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