Bridal and Formal
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We have found that peplums are like Marmite, but that said there are a lot of jars of Marmite sold around the world. This dress, top and skirt combi gives you a variety of views if you are a peplum lover, as we are, they cover up tummies and enhance hip shape and this qualifies them for holding the status of 'very clever fashion trick'. A genius addition to your self made wardrobe.. With simple construction and an online tutorials for most of our patterns to help you through (see our website for
Misses Dress: Dress, floor length has a close fitting, lined, boned, dropped waist, shaped bodice with princess seams and inside belt. A flared skirt with side front and side back seams, back zipper and above elbow sleeves. View A: Bound, attached, draped over skirt. View B: Bow and detachable train pleated into shaped band. Purchased petticoat. View A & B: Contrast flowers or optional purchased flowers. B: contrast leaves or optional purchased leaves. Pattern printed by Butterick in 1992,
Evening Elegance sewing pattern for Misses' lined tops, bustier and very full box pleat skirt. Misses' Sizes 18, 20 and 22 are included. Bust 40, 42, 44. Waist 32, 34, 37. Hip 42, 44, 46. Pattern is uncut and complete. Light drawer wear. Copyright 2001. Stored and shipped in a resealable, archival envelope and backing board. Note this is a sewing pattern and not a finished product.
VOGUE 2512: Use this early 2000s sewing pattern for misses to sew an elegant bridal dress, wedding gown, or formal gown in street or evening length. From designer Oscar de la Renta. SIZE INFORMATION: Misses Size 6 Bust 30.5 inches Waist 23 inches Hip 32.5 inches PATTERN CONDITION: COMPLETE, USED Includes instructions and all pattern pieces (cut and in very good used condition; in this multi-size pattern (6-8-10), the pattern pieces are cut for size 6, so only size 6 is available) GARMENT INFORMA