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Sangiovese Dolce Tea-length Gown

Added Sep 26, 2014

by Dessy Dinata

Surabaya, Indonesia






I know it is not an up-to-date model, but I like it .
This dress was designed, I mean drafted in 2010, and I almost lost it.
Fortunately, I found it again and finally I realize it in this 2014 late summer.
I like the Red Wine color that remind me to the Cabernet Sauvignon, but this dress is lighter than that wine and darker than the Tempranillo, so I call it Sangiovese Dolce.
It is a tea-length spaghetti-straps gown with mono-shirred on its straight-across neckline and empire waist-line.
The fabric materials are so light, that make it looks like a maternity wear when it used without the two inches satin ribbon-belt. But, it is good for some occasions when used with a coat, such as bolero.
FYI, I also made the match color bolero ;)

Material Notes

This Sangiovese Dolce Tea-length Gown uses a fine soft Tulle and Asahi fabric for lining – Asahi is a kind of low price rayon fabric and have a glow as a satin for a glimpse, but satin is better.



Related Techniques


Spring, Summer, Fall
Garment Type
Classic, Evening Wear, Other
Chiffon, Other, Rayon, Satin, Tulle

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    Oct 8, 2014, 12.06 PMby sewing fanatic

    Great work, love the bolero

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    Sep 27, 2014, 08.55 AMby Ellen Hatteland

    Fabulous dress and bolero!

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    Sep 26, 2014, 01.12 PMby bkkmei

    Wow! Elegant, stunning…utterly beautiful!

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      Sep 27, 2014, 03.02 AMby Dessy Dinata

      thank you, bkkmei :)

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