A Silken Skirt Dress
It’s been a while since my last post, eh? Not to worry. I’m not going anywhere. I’m just busy mulling ideas over for what shall surely be an amazing Year 2 of my blog (starts next month!). I’m getting quite excited about it! :)
Today’s outfit began as a discarded silk skirt.
Caffeine makes the magic happen!
A charity shop was about to toss it out because of this:
This was an easy fix. I turned the skirt inside-out and re-sewed the torn seam.
A quick fix!
If this skirt hadn’t needed mending, this would’ve been a no-sew refashion. :) I decided to wear it as a dress, cinching it at the waist with a sash from another dress. :)
A simple transformation!
Before you find fault with me for doing such a quickie refashion, please understand that I had other things to make for the evening as well. :)
Mmmmmmm! Turkey Chili! :)
MMMMmmmmmm! Blueberry Mojitos!
A Saucy Slit!
After a bit of mojito pre-gaming, I was ready to head out for the evening! Have you ever noticed how when you’re in pictures wearing a strapless dress, you look as if you’re naked? :) I mean, look at this!
Happy and nekkid-looking
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