I thought this name for fitting for this dress especially since my daughter calls it her “Princess Dress” I guess it’s because of the twirl factor! =) Many thanks to my awesome friend Anya, for suggesting it! I received another Paris print from Fabric.com (link in the bottom of this post) last week and just had to make another dress! I always know a fabric print is a winner when I can envision a finished product just by looking at the fabric, as I did with this one.
I spent a few days drafting a more defined sweetheart neckline (using my template from my last post) and many frustrations later….I think I perfected it!
What I love most about this dress is that the bodice is double sided (allowing me to hide/sew the straps inside) and the finish is beautiful and clean! (If you follow me on IG, you know that I obsess a lot about how my finishes look!)lol
I’m now a little obsessed about adding pockets to the dresses, and I just how love how the contrasting print has a fun peek-a-boo way about it!
And of course I had to add some trim:
Okay now for the action shots!:
She loves to twirl! lol
Okay! That’s all for today! Wishing you guys a fantastic week! xoxo – Candice
Fabric Source: www.Fabric.com
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Did you do this with your own pattern or a bought one that you modified?