Today's dress was inspired by some other asymmetrical dresses I've been seeing on Pinterest recently. With spring FINALLY sprung, everyone's been frantically pinning all sorts of pretty dresses and so I thought I'd give this style a go and see what happened.
This is a typical A-line dress with an asymmetrical design. Simplest dress that can me made, I think! And it can be customized so many ways!
The sleeves have a slight gather to them and I contemplated whether I should make them into puff sleeves by gathering the hem...I think I might do that because her arms are so skinny and the sleeves seem rather baggy on her.
I created the curved hemline after I finished sewing on the ruffle and created the little rosette at the bottom. It just seemed like it needed to happen once the rosette was in place and I love the effect it creates!
This girl needed a pocket and a large one at that! She collects little toys, rocks, junk, whatever miniature items that fit into her palm and I've learned it's a necessity to double check her pockets before throwing her clothes in the washer.
Have I mentioned before that we love ruffles? At least, on little girls. I haven't attempted ruffles on anything I've made for myself but if I can find the right design inspiration, I just might give that a go as well!
I originally wanted to do a hidden zipper but decided to sew it in exposed because it matched the silver fabric so nicely.
Oh yay! My brat approves the dress!