Is there anything more fun, springtime-embracing, flirty, feminine and all-around blues-beating than a sweet little 1940s frock? From making one to wearing one, it’s a pretty sure-fire mood elevator. (If you don’t want to take my word for it, go visit Cecili, because she’s the absolute master of the genre!:))
One of my goals for this year’s Me-Made-May is to complete one pattern from my A-list stash that I have yet to sew. It’s time for one of these lovelies to see the light of day, deadline: end of May!
Want to help me decide which pattern I sew in time to wear for the end of the Me-Made-May challenge?
There are two options:
Option A (number order randomly selected from behind my back):
The sultry faux-wrap Butterick 3506, in view B for daytime (although I am utterly in love with the maxi A too), with the elegant sweeping curve at the overlapped hem. Generally wrap dresses are out for ladies with my body type, I believe that those cap sleeves- angling out giving that triangle-shaped bodice- make this *my* wrap dress!
The flirty tie-neck, gathered-skirt Advance 3595 in view 1, with the perfect combination of feminine details and office-appropriateness, trim through the high waist, but flattering gathers through the abdomen create gently cascading skirt. I love this pattern!
(The link will take you to my poll at PollDaddy to vote on the dress I sew by the end of Me-Made-May!)
Thank you!! I’m so curious to see which one gets the vote!