Tuesday, May 15, 2018

How What I Wore Brought Up Rocky & Bullwinkle

on MeMadeMay'18, Day#15

~ you've seen this top before ~

But believe it or not, I've never, ever worn it with this matching dress before!
  
Wossamotta U?, I say to myself.


~ taking off now, just like Rocket J. Squirrel ~



Okay then.  

The dress is from Tina Givens Poppy Slip pattern and the top is self-drafted.  The scribble fabric is a hunter green/putty color print nylon sheer knit by Halston.  It weighs nothing.   I'm wearing pale gray yoga capris that I refashioned (like the black ones I had on yesterday) by adding a ruffle from scrap fabric.



~ worn with Frye sandals from ebay ~

 
 

12 comments:

  1. You are a wizardess! You work magic with Tina Given's patterns.

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    1. Patronus! I think in this case the magic is in the fabric designed by a 3 year old gone wild. Thanks bkind2all.

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  2. Watch me pull a dress out of my hat? I like how the hems echo each other.

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    1. heheh. That's right. I just noticed my last two posts have cartoon references. What's that about?!

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  3. Rocket J Squirrel - hahaha!! So good. LOVE this outfit. I'm glad you finally brought these two together. And I love the hint of ruffle under there. Next time show me Boris Badenov. Heh. That would also be interesting.

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    1. Melanie?! ah, the cartoon gotcha. Well, I did reference Mr. Peabody's Wayback machine in the previous post. I think it's the MMM marathon that's gotten to me.

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  4. This is such a fab outfit, from the top down to those cool yoga feet! x

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    1. I like it too and I'll definitely be wearing it together more often. Thanks Vix.

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    1. Me too! This is extraordinarily easy to make, Shelley. The fabric doesn't even need to be hemmed!

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  6. Wonderful. I love this fabric and the entire outfit, down to those great sandals.

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    1. This is another fav of mine. And another accidental ensemble via MMM. yea!

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