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Count Down to the New Year Post 2

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Count Down to the New Year Post 2

Just a little inspiration in the way of more extant examples paired with EvaDress Patterns! This example brought to you as a flashback to almost a year ago when Eva wore this gown for her 24th birthday on New Year's Eve! I had done a Patter Tour on this piece in April of 2019 you can read here: https://evadress.com/blogs/news/pattern-tour-1934-vogue-evening-or-wedding-gown-br30-6633?_pos=3&_sid=9d788c565&_ss=r   Sew the look using our 1934 Evening or Wedding Gown pattern, originally by Vogue:

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Count Down to the New Year Post 1

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Count Down to the New Year Post 1

Just a little inspiration in the way of more extant examples paired with EvaDress Patterns! This example brought to you by Fripperies and Fobs at: https://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/145009037326/evening-dress-ca-1930-from-kerry-taylor-auctions I chose this EvaDress Pattern to pair for the overall line, open strapped-front and back. The difference is, you can wear this one by day or create an evening look from it: This 9-piece pattern originally by McCall features optional cut-out at the front and back neckline via shoulder straps or, regulation collar with tie. A pointed lap detail from the under sleeve over the upper sleeve ties in with the diagonal seams of the...

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 25

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 25

In a sort of Advents-Kalendar way, I will post 'red' for each day of December through Christmas and link the image as closely as possible to EvaDress Patterns (in pattern tour form)! Here is the twenty-fifth, not unlike a pretty present all tied up in red! This is a look ahead at what EvaDress Patterns will bring to your future. Per: https://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/174421103914/christian-dior-london-cocktail-dress-ca-1958-from Sew the look using our future pattern originally by McCall's in 1955: I chose this pattern to pair with the extant dress for the obi-insinuation via the cummerbund.  Of course, the removable panels are optional and the cummerbund...

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 24

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 24

In a sort of Advents-Kalendar way, I will post 'red' for each day of December through Christmas and link the image as closely as possible to EvaDress Patterns (in pattern tour form)! Here is the twenty-fourth, as with ALL EvaDress Patterns, a design from the past but,  nod to the 2020 New Year, a red 1929 Evening Frock a customer in Australia! https://evadress.com/products/1929-evening-frock-e20-5941 Sew the look using our 1929 Evening Frock pattern, originally by McCall: See more customer creations and a little How-to for this pattern and as featured in a Pattern Tour Story Board here.

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 23

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An EvaDress 'Advents-Kalendar' of RED! Day 23

In a sort of Advents-Kalendar way, I will post 'red' for each day of December through Christmas and link the image as closely as possible to EvaDress Patterns (in pattern tour form) available in the shop! Here is the twenty-third, not unlike a peppermint puff, a 1930's Evening Gown per: https://fripperiesandfobs.tumblr.com/post/188529650015/evening-dress-1930s-from-the-irma-g-bowen Sew the look using our 1934 Evening Gown pattern: I chose this pattern to pair with the extant example for the similar bodice lines at front and for the 'train' effect at back, albeit via a long sash threaded through a front neckline loop in our pattern design. A...

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