Summer is well underway and I find myself lacking an essential summer wardrobe dress staple; the French Striped Dress. No one can deny that the French have some serious style and some of their pieces seem to never really go out of style. This French-inspired dress is one of them. When I came up with it, I was thinking of something that a 1960s Brigitte Bardot would have worn. So, to remedy the deficiency in my wardrobe, I’m going to make myself a comfortable French Striped Dress to have to wear in the months (and years) ahead. This tutorial will have instructions on how to first make the pattern, and then make the dress from scratch. Read on for my full tutorial!
Spring is almost through here in upstate New York and I am pleased to say that I had a rather productive one! I got to sew up some pieces that I had been thinking about for a really long time and it feels so good to finally be able to wear them. I caught up with the talented photographer, Dave Blenis, recently and got to show some of my newest sewing pieces off. Read through and check out my homemade spring wardrobe pieces from 2017. After wearing them for some time, I have some new insight into them that I’m going to share here. From my Red Riding hoodie to my embroidered Bohemian tunic to my Mad Men inspired skirt… Enjoy!
Also, as a side note, my husband enjoyed this spring wardrobe photo shoot because he got to take a brief vacation from being my Instagram Husband. 🙂