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Winter Street Dress
Fitting Bust cup size B
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Date: 4/1/14 2:57 PM

Please tell me adjustments for both the Winter Street Dress and the Summer Street Dress to fit Bust cup size B, 34-36. I love the dress, but I know it will not fit.
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Date: 4/1/14 3:37 PM

kkoswalt, I am bust 34 and I used XS. I am a D cup though. I recommend making just a bodice muslin. You only have to make it for one. I'll track this topic so I'll get an email when you reply.

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Date: 4/2/14 1:57 AM

I'm 34A and I didn't need to make any bust changes on the Winter Street Dress. It's not a close fitting style so there's some leeway on the bust sizing. If you sew up just the bodice front and back and try it on you'll get a better feel if it'll work or not. Worst case scenario, if you need significant adjustments you just need to recut the front bodice piece. Likely you can unpick and adjust.

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Date: 4/2/14 10:59 AM

I am a c cup and just purchased this pattern. Don't think I will have to make any or not a lot of alterations anyway. We shall see!!

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Date: 4/2/14 3:07 PM

thanks for the replies. The 34A was the most helpful. I am glad to know it would not be a big problem. I like the pattern and am anxious to try it.
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Date: 4/3/14 7:03 AM

This is a really cute style, and good to know how the sizing worked for various people (particularly NhiHuynh, since we are similarly sized).

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Date: 4/3/14 5:19 PM

If anyone is interested I posted my pattern review on this pattern. Winter Street Dress pattern review I didn't think that I needed a SBA but you can see from the pictures and decide for yourself.

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Date: 4/28/14 11:06 PM

Thanks so much for asking about this kkoswalt! I am a B cup too (except a little larger - sporting a 36). Not used to having to do SBAs I was a little nervous about choosing my size. I really love the Winter Dress (thanks so much Deepika!) I am thinking about going for a "small" on the bodice. I haven't printed my pattern yet, but when I do I will do some flat pattern measurements. I am hoping I might have enough fabric to do a muslin... we'll see!
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Date: 4/28/14 11:07 PM

This is a really good suggestion - just re cutting the front bodice piece if necessary. Your dress looks fantastic!
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Date: 4/29/14 11:06 AM

Thanks to all who replied. Those plus some of the reviews of the pattern gave me courage to try it.
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