Sometimes I make something for Natalie and I instantly wish I had made it me sized.
I don’t think I could rock yellow quite like Natalie can. But in gray. I would be allll over that.
I feel honored to be part of her pattern tour. It’s a really fantastic pattern that I KNOW I would have bought anyway.
I sewed it up in a size 2 which is actually a size up for her measurement wise; but the flexibility of the fabric and the design doesn’t make it obvious that she still has a little room to grow into it.
Wearability? Well, you decide. :)Totally toddler approved. I worried a little about the pencil skirt portion, but it in no way gets in Natalie’s way. I would say it flips/rides up, just as much as her flow-y and a-line dresses.
I took it off of her so I could take a beauty shot of it on a hanger.
Since the photo shoot she has been caught pausing to look down to admire her dress several times.
I don’t think I have made a dress that we have both loved so much before. It’s pretty fun.
Girl Charlee is the sponsor for the tour, as well as a sponsor for my blog. I love them! Not only do they have a great selection of knits, but they have some cool vegan stretch leather, and other specialty woven apparel fabrics that will make you. swoon. I am not just saying that because I have to either. I am picky about my sponsors and I sincerely love Girl Charlee!
I took these with some studio lights in our hallway full of doors. I prefer outdoor shoots because they are less work, but it was kind of fun to get more familiar with my studio lights.
She was also much happier. ;)
That wraps up my review, but you can check out more Pretty in Peplum posts on the tour…
and enter to win a $100 gift card to Girl Charlee HERE!!