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Royal Doll Lace Dress

Added Mar 11, 2013

by sixteenstitches

Qld, Australia






I decided to make a dress from my pinterest board and it just so happens that the style of dress is similar to the BurdaStyle 120 dress that I have become completely obsessed with. I have found this pattern to be so easy to modify and change to make some of my favourite outfits to date.

So off I went to the store and the closest fabric I could find was this royal blue, so to match it up I picked a cream lace and some cream and gold buttons. I ended up making the short sleeves as per the BurdaStyle pattern and just matched the lace to fit.

Talk about a girly dress I feel a little bit like a doll but totally worth it! I think its my cutest girliest dress I now own!

Material Notes

Cotton Twill




Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Bridal, Classic, Evening Wear, Romantic, Victorian

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    Mar 14, 2013, 08.09 AMby Thelittletailoress

    That is sooo pretty Erin! You do look like a doll but totally in a good way! Xx

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    Mar 11, 2013, 05.32 PMby Mary Athey

    I love this, its very girly and cute and reminds me of a 70’s dress but with a modern twist. Its lovely on you x

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      Mar 15, 2013, 10.01 PMby sixteenstitches

      Thanks Mary! If funny how you can make 1 pattern in so many different ways. I’m thinking of using this pattern as my bridesmaids dresses!

    • 20170310_191639_large

      Mar 15, 2013, 10.06 PMby Mary Athey

      I think the pattern would make fab bridesmaid dresses. I agree with you about how 1 pattern can be done so differently with different fabric etc, thats why i love this site xx

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