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Posted on:9/19/12 1:44 AM
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Athene said... (9/19/12 5:47 PM) Reply
You look fabulous. It's a great dress.
Amanda.Claire said... (9/19/12 8:49 AM) Reply
I love this version of Collette! I think it is the cutest when the sleeves are left off. I also adore your fabric combo....great job!
mondari80516 said... (11/25/11 12:58 PM) Reply
I am inspired by the use of plaid and print. Travelling now for the Thanksgiving Day holiday; can't wait to get back to my stash to start playing with plaids and prints. THANKS for the inspiration. And, yes, the dress looks great. I hope you've finished and are wearing it!
aliesje said... (9/19/11 3:58 PM) Reply
thanks both of you! thanks eleanor for suggesting that i pin up some black fabric to see how it would look - i like the extra waist definition it provides! i'm pretty sure i'm going to nix the sleeves, but i'll give it a couple more sleeps :)
wenznz said... (9/18/11 6:08 AM) Reply
I agree it definitely would benefit from the contrast in the midriff band. As to the sleeves, I'm not too sure that removing them is going to give you a look you are happy with either. Love the dress - have all but finished mine today ;-)
EleanorSews said... (9/17/11 7:03 PM) Reply
If you have some black fabric and can fold it to different widths to see what might work against the dress as is, it might be useful. That would help you to really see what a midriff band might look like. Before removing the sleeves, test for the midriff. Also, how you style the dress for wearing may have more impact than you might think. With the right accessories, the sleeves may be a non-issue.
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