Stars and stripes forever, y’all. And to my readers from elsewhere, your countries are pretty awesome, too 🙂
If you want to read about my Adventures in fitting this dress, start here and then go here.
I couldn’t be bothered with real shoes. It was eleventy-billion degrees.
It was incredibly hot out when we took these pictures. That’s why 1) My hair is in a wad and 2) Sometimes I look like I am So Over It.
The water felt fantastic! But there was a snake skin caught on a branch about two feet away. I didn’t get more adventurous than this.
I’m thinking that the next time I make this dress, I’ll cut the neck just a tad lower. This neckline is okay, but it feels like a bit much sometimes.
Bubbles! I have to say, this bubble mix was remarkably uncooperative.
If you remember, last time I made a bow belt (Thanks to Tilly! Go visit her if you haven’t–she’s in my links list.), I used sport twill and hated my life. This time, I used good old cotton broadcloth. So much unbelievably better. Also, if any of you make this dress, can you please enlighten me on how you handled your darts? I want to know.