It's actually proving to be a really good 'transitional' sew, and is nice layered with tees, polo necks or shirts for these last lingering colder days.
I chose a lovely heavy weight spotty cotton from Fabric Land, which was an absolute dream to sew with and very affordable at about £4 per metre. They have a new range of heavy printed cottons in there which Inalso used to make my mum some tea towels for her birthday (she got other gifts too, promise).
Anyway, I really like the shape of this pattern and the fit overall it pretty true to the measurements stated. I really like the shape of the neckline and find it to be very flattering, and good for showing off necklaces. The only weird thing is the armholes came out kind of tiny. Luckily I have weedy arms, but if you don't then bare that in kind when working with this pattern.
Here is the dress in action on a windy day in Trafalgar Square. My bad ass tyrannosaurus necklace is from Designosaur- check them out they are incredible! https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/designosaurYEAH
And hanging out with two of my other spring makes-
Thanks for reading and happy sewing! X o x o
PS. how devine is this version of the Lilou! Sigh.
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