I have no tolerance for anything fake, whether it’s sentiment or this weirdo fake double dress. :/
Sorry dress! You can’t fool me!
I don’t understand this. Apparently the designer of this dress didn’t think the general public was competent enough to handle their own layering!
I disagree! I removed those strange fake dress panels, as well as those pads. 🙂
Next, I needed to take the rest of the dress in. I took it in from the back…about 2″.
As you can see from the pic below, I pinned it the wrong way. The bulk of the fabric should face the outside. Whups! I didn’t have time to re-pin, but it didn’t end up being a big deal at all. 🙂
I cut off that excess fabric, and tossed my new cover-up dress over a black mini dress and headed off to a get-together at a friend’s place. 🙂
I didn’t get to hang out for long. I was surprised with tix to the SC Philharmonic! 🙂 What a treat!
5 thoughts on “Day 128: Philharmonic Dress”
Hair looks great too!
That was such a great concert, as well! Looking great!
Like this a lot – especially good for us generously enodowed girls…a good look!
Thank you! It ‘s also nice for if you’re wearing a less-than-modest length dress. 🙂
I am a Big fan and love to see what you do to some of these garments – I also have a question. what sizes do you generally go for? I know that you are a lot smaller than I am. as well as a lot younger. so you can get away with the shorter skirts. My other issue is that the ( girls ) aren’t as robust 🙂 as they use to be, so that too makes a difference how a garment lays and looks. Sadly I think my stomach sticks out farther than the girls do ( giggle ) so all this adds up to size 18 to 20s Got an suggestions?