Tuesday, October 8, 2013

OOTD: Oldie But Goodie DIY Dress



Hi Darlings!

If you have already signed up the Blazer Tutorial you will be getting an email tomorrow with tools, pattern info, details etc.. if you did not signed up for the early registration I will be posting the BUY NOW button on Monday for you to purchase the tutorial.

IMPORTANT: The classes will be in parts 1-4 and posted over 4-5 weeks BUT when you purchase the tutorial on Monday you will be able to access the videos for that week and every week after that anytime you want and as often, they will not be going anywhere. Once you gain access it will be yours to view at your leisure and so NO you do not need to begin on the 14th. You do not run the risk of missing out on anything ;-)

Today's look is one of my favorite dresses that made last fall. The dress is a simple one but the fabric print is just so fab! I originally posted it HERE although that fabric is not available there are some options that would be amazing in this dress. I love THIS, THIS and THIS

DIY Dress Pattern V1314 / Zara Shoes HERE 






28 comments:

  1. Very nice Mimi. This dress is on my list to make when I get my skills up. LOL You look amazing. Have a great day!

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  2. Sigh. You have on the shoes I've been stalking on Zara's website, I just can't justify the purchase. I know in my heart I would never wear them. They look beautiful with that dress.

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    1. You have to justify the purchase? why wont you wear them? You can rock these with all sorts of things ;-) I give you permission to purchase, LOL!!!

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  3. Can u just make me the dress and I pay you :-)

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  4. I remember that dress, one of my favorites and I just love the print. I dreamed you were on television, don't know if you were a guest or if it was your own show, but I know nothing is impossible with God.

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  5. Looks awesome! I love those colors on you.

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  6. Oooo - I love your suggestion of that black and gold chevron fabric! So many possibilities for a dress like that. I made a lilac dress w/large black flowers from this pattern the first time that I saw you in this dress. I had to taper the bottom in (probably because of my big ole thighs ) but I loved the dress! Thanks for the dress repost - LaDonna

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  7. your shoes!!!! i want them!!!!! the dress is just amazing!

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  8. Where did you purchase the fabric?

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  9. Such a pretty dress and lovin' the shoes! You look great.

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  10. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful...I missed this one the first time around! It's gorgeous styled both ways, but I think I'm partial to the yellow!!

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  11. Can we say awesome! I absolutely love that dress. I am so pumped about the blazer tut! Looking forward. Love ya!!

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  12. Mimi I love the colors and the fit on you. I made this dress last year and it did not fit right. The middle part of the dress sags! I think my knit was too heavy. I think I will try it again with one of your fabric suggestions.

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  13. You are truly talented.. I have been stalking that picture for the past day looking for where I saw it at.. Just knew I would find a store that had it. Really wish you sold items you should think about it, your gifted and should share with the world. Real Talk. but any who I LOVE THIS DRESS

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  14. Great outfit! Those shoes are fierce! I love your "new" background for photos!! Hope your're enjoying your new home!!

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  15. Love this dress and the pattern on it is so fab.

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  16. YOU ARE GORGEOUS!!!!

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  17. That dress is dope! And I love love love your hair! One day I'm going to get the guts to cut mine that short!:)

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  18. I wish I had your skills. Girl I love all of
    Your dresses. The shoes, your hair. I even showed my fiancé and said " isn't she fab" haha!!! Your are so talented.

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  19. Mimi, Did you use the Tricot/Mesh lining like the pattern asked and the seam binding?

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Thank you for taking time to comment ;-)

xoxo
mimi g.