DIY – Flower printed pleated dress

Hello !

Je suis contente de vous retrouver pour enfin partager avec vous un nouveau projet DIY. Ça fait un moment que j’ai terminé cette robe mais j’ai trainé à la prendre en photos. J’espère que les photos vous plairont. Ici, je la porte cintrée avec une ceinture, un petit noeud dans les cheveux et une paire de sandales. S’il ne faisait pas aussi chaud à Bahreïn je pourrais également la porter avec une veste ou un cardigan voir même une paire de collants et un manteau. Je pense qu’elle pourrait aussi être sympa en jupe avec un pull par dessus.

Pour la réaliser, j’ai utilisé comme base le patron d’une robe bustier burda. Le même patron que j’avais utilisé l’année dernière pour ma robe vichy que vous pouvez retrouver ici. Ensuite j’ai ajouté des volants, des bretelles et une jupe à plis creux pour obtenir ce résultat. Je vous invite à découvrir la vidéo ci-dessous si vous voulez savoir comment j’ai procédé.

Qu’en pensez-vous ?

I’m happy to be back today to share with you a new DIY project. It’s been a while since I finished this dress but by the time I took it in picture here we are ! 🙂 I hope you’ll enjoy the pictures. Here I’m wearing it waisted with a belt, a bow in my hair and a pair of sandals. If it was not as hot in Bahrain I could of wear it with a jacket or a cardigan or if it was that cold with a pair of stocking and a coat. I think this dress could even look cool wearing it like a skirt with a sweater over it.

To realize it I got help in the pattern of the bustier by using one of the burda pattern. It was the same pattern I used last year fo ray gingham dress. You can look at it again here. Then I added some ruffles at the neckline, straps and a skirt with pleats to have this result. I let you watch this video just below if you want to know how I made it.

What do you think ?

Des bisous, xx

Margot

66 commentaires sur “DIY – Flower printed pleated dress

  1. It is great that you made the dress! It is so cool when you can rock the things you made – it feels so much different because of all of the effort and time you put into making the outfit piece. The fit looks great and the pattern is gorgeous. Have a great weekend!

    Nancy ✨ exquisitely.me

  2. Hey Margot,

    Congrats on this amazing result! The best part is that this will be a unique piece and that you will cherish it through the years. It is amazing when you have a piece by your own, knowing that it won’t a copy all over the place!

    I see through the video that you put a lot of effort in this piece and that you even made a lot of trials. I imagine it is quite complicated when you make a piece from zero and then you have to do trial and error several times, right? But of course I imagine you’re really good at it 🙂

    I love the way the fabric falls down, really natural and as you mentioned it can be paired easily with a light jacket or with another garments to give it a long life!

    Pablo
    http://www.heyfungi.com

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