Monday, November 23, 2009

my very own le sac dress!

After reading this post by Indiana Adams over at Adored Austin, and promptly following the link to these instructions, I figured, hey, I can do that! And probably pretty quickly too...
So, instead of working on my politics paper, I made my very own Le Sac Dress.
After screwing up the ribbon twice (for future reference, a minimum of three arm lengths!), I think the result came out pretty well.

super easy to make! but whether or not i actually wear it out is still to be seen... oh! and forgive the hair and lack of make up... this is the only time i was out of my pjs all day long :)

shirt - Miss Sixty (ages ago)
shoes - Spring (ages ago)


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  3. Gorgeous dress! It's quite similar to a Icelandic design called Emami! Here is the link if you're interested :)

    Limitless, like yours. I'm so craving one!

  4. ok, I need to pop over and read that post because this is auh-mazing! love all of these ways that you are rockin this. such a pretty color to top it off! I think the first look is my favorite! I am thinking that you absolutely MUST wear it out. the first and the second picture would be great for heading out. great post :) thanks for the tip


  5. OH MY GOSH! This is FABULOUS. I'm dying over here. Simply dying. Why can't you live near me and teach me how to sew? I am linking the heck out of you on Monday. BEWARE! :0)

  6. Wow! I try to sew, but i'm not even close to being as perfect as you in sewing!! this is gorgeous!


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