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Asymmetrical Neckline Dress (part3) – the Graphite Dress


It’s time to show you the final version of the Asymmetrical Neckline Dress! If you’re interested in how the pattern was constructed and how the muslin turned out, you can read about it here and here.

The fabric for this dress is something I picked up on our first trip to Japan. While in Tokyo, we paid a visit to Tomato, a really nice fabric store in Nippori (Fabric Town), and there the it was! The fabric was just sitting on its shelf, waiting for me to bring it home. :) My original plan for it was to make a blazer or something but as soon as I started planning this dress I knew I had to use it. I love how well it drapes, and the colour is just gorgeous.

And of course, you’ll get some pictures from the wedding I wore the dress to. The weather was great during the afternoon. It was quite windy but the sun was shining brightly. This meant that my hair was all over the place, and looking into the camera wasn’t an easy task.

9 thoughts on “Asymmetrical Neckline Dress (part3) – the Graphite Dress

  1. The dress id beautiful and you look gorgeous! I guess you got lots of compliments, right? Keep up the good work. Best, Jana


  2. Very stylish! Bravo for designing it yourself, it is very impressive!

  3. I really like the drape effect of the neckline!

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