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March 13, 2008


i am constantly kicking myself for not learning how to sew, but i doubt i have the patience or attention span for these projects.

i do think that they look better short, though, which can be a problem for some.

i am loving le bouton's straight skirt. and anything by jenny, elly, or martha, would be amazing to wear because i know just how much care and thought went into the design and fabrication.

who made that second dress? so pretty.

i really really want to learn to sew, too. i wish bloggers lived closer together so we could learn together. i think if i did it on my own, i'd lose patience.

The one on the right is from Wilksten.

I like Wiksten, though I wish she did custom orders. I love the style of the Tova dress, but the prints are a little much for me. I'm a solids girl. :)

thanks for these links, le bouton is new to me.

What cute finds! It's very refreshing...

How cute is the blue and white dress?!?! Adorable!!! I don't know how long these dresses can go, maybe about 3 inches because of the shape...but you could always add cute tights!! That's what I do now with my miniskirts!

i love these for spring! the blues are so beautiful. and don't let the length discourage you, they would look great paired with leggings or dark skinny jeans.

these dresses are gorgeous chelsea. i would love to have that one on the right.

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