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Topic: Help: I'd like to recreate this lace Stella McCartney dress  (Read 370 times)
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« on: April 08, 2012 06:50:35 PM »

http://www.starstyleinc.com/stella-mccartney-lace-mini-dress-pic57378.jpg

I'm looking for a pattern that might be a good start for making this white lace dress.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

« Last Edit: May 02, 2012 04:03:44 PM by photojenn - Reason: hotlinked image » THIS ROCKS   Logged
auzzi2
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2012 11:32:21 PM »


Stella McCartney lace dress in black not white

http://blogyul.miqrogroove.com/2010/01/mcsexy/

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Dress -
* Two pieces  - bodice and skirt

* Waistline seam slightly above natural waist

* Front -
> deep scoop neck with 1/2 diamond lace edging
> May be waist darting?

* Back -
> straight without darts
> high, wavy? neckline with 1/2 diamond lace edging

* No entry in front: no zipper in back: Too form-fitting to pull over head
Ergo - zip in side seam, under one arm

* Straight cut skirt,  slightly softly gathered

* Looks lined with flesh coloured lining
Can't see if bodice is lined
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