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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 05-2010-105 (Greek draped dress)

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Posted on:6/15/10 10:47 AM
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marymary86 said... (7/5/13 11:18 AM) Reply
Best review ever!
Allie in Hong Kong said... (6/17/10 5:24 AM) Reply
Stunning version of this super easy dress, though looking like a model makes that easy!
Jali said... (6/17/10 5:19 AM) Reply
Loved reading this. Perfect fun!
Elizabeth made this said... (6/15/10 11:01 PM) Reply
What a fun review!
FreyaStark said... (6/15/10 8:08 PM) Reply
Yes, great fun! A lovely dress.
Eyeadaba said... (6/15/10 7:00 PM) Reply
This is a really original review, you might have started something here. This dress gets better and better with each review. I didn't even give it a second glance in my Burda but it looks fantastic on you. Fantastic choice of colour, great job!
nglalala said... (6/15/10 6:39 PM) Reply
Cute review! It looks great on you!
Rhoda K said... (6/15/10 4:05 PM) Reply
Cute dress! Love your story.
Heatherrique said... (6/15/10 3:45 PM) Reply
Fun and stylish dress!
persevering said... (6/15/10 2:34 PM) Reply
Super look! Thank you for your review and giving size info.
Bernadette W said... (6/15/10 2:02 PM) Reply
Mrs. Aristotle: My dear Mrs. Socrates, enjoy the cream, it is after all made from Golden Mean Goat's Milk. The underlying math indicates that the benefits of the calcium will far outweigh any negative impact of the fat component. Moderation is the key here, and being a specific size does not equate to the measure of happiness or virtue of Greek fashionistas. Ari can help us both achieve perfect and flattering fit with his mathematical genius applied to cracking the code of Burda pattern grading. We will achieve good fit, neither too snug or too loose, and will be ready to focus upon more substantial philosophical issues.
Levone said... (6/15/10 12:42 PM) Reply
Such a cute dress! I loved reading your review...
MarshaG. said... (6/15/10 12:11 PM) Reply
SO entertaining! Cute on you, but not a flattering style for me.....sigh.
lakaribane said... (6/15/10 11:30 AM) Reply
Love the review too!
poplin said... (6/15/10 11:26 AM) Reply
What a fun and clever review!
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