Sunny Day to All,
October 20th was my birthday. I usually party hard for my birthday. To celebrate this chapter 38 year, I chose to go away with the hubby for a nice and relaxing weekend. We went to one of our favorite peaceful location, Williamsburg Virginia. I really did not have a lot of time to sew prior to leaving so I pulled a few garments that I made previously but was never able to photograph or wear. I figured I could rock them while in Williamsburg and have hubby snap a few pictures so I could share them on the blog.
The resort was beautiful. There were quite a few areas that had a perfect background for a photoshoot. I took those pictures on Saturday October 19th. I didn't want to take a chance as I know that it always rain on my birthday. Sure enough, it poured all day on Sunday for my actual birthday. I had a fantastic weekend. I rested, I had a full body massage already planned for me and enjoyed some true quality time. Ok, ok, ok... Enough about my birthday! I don't remember where I purchased this fabric. I had it for quite some time. I wasn't sure if I wanted a dress or a asymmetrical skirt with this fabric. I decided on making this simple peep hole dress. The fabric is a sweater knit fabric, so perfect for the fall. I made this pattern before as a shirt (HERE). This pattern is very simple and that front opening adds a little sexiness to the pattern. I am referring to McCall 7621.
I paired this beautiful dress with a black belt, my ankle boots, my Go To Ray Ban shades and silver jewelry. Enjoy these few pictures as I felt simply beautiful.
About The Pattern
McCall 7621 is super easy. Just follow the directions and you will have a beautiful dress. I am 5 feet tall so if I wanted this dress to be a little sexier, I would have made it a little shorter and took a few inches in towards the bottom of the dress. I cut a medium and chose to follow the exact instructions. I love the final look. I will definitely make this dress again hopefully in a double-knit fabric. I hope you like this dress. As always, thank you so much for stopping by and don't forget to say Hello! Happy Sewing to You!
Sewing is my therapy...
I developed the passion for sewing about 2 years ago. Follow my journey as a seamstress who is determine to make her entire wardrobe one garment at a time. Thanks for stopping by!