Simple Vogue Dress (Sponsored Post)


This month I chose to make a dress for Minerva Blogger Network. The sleeves on Vogue 9293 views C and F intrigued me. Also, I copied the styling on the pattern envelope for view D in making my dress.

The result is as expected a nice one, although I not sure if I like the length on the sleeves. I wonder if the full length would have been better or to shorten them to make them 3/4. I have the feeling they will grow on me as I wear the dress. It’s just me not being used to them for now.

Sewing Summary:

Pattern: Vogue V9293 – Fitted dresses with different sleeve variations, ties at waist, back zipper, and either straight or pleated skirt. A, D; Contrast bodice and ties.

I made a combination of view D with sleeves from views C/F

Sizing: A5 (6 to 14) and E5 (14 to 22)

Fabric: for the bodice and ties 2 m of stripe seersucker ( lightweight 100% polyester) and for the skirt 1m of square cotton (medium weight 100% cotton)

Notions: 22” *(56 cm) zipper, 2 m single fold bias tape 1.3 cm wide, one hook and eye, two buttons

For more details and pictures please follow the link to my full post on Minerva’s blog here.

Disclaimer: I was sent the supplies free of charge in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in the post are my own and not influenced in any way by Minerva and/or the manufacturers.

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