The lace fabric I used was from a window curtain I found for $2. Yes. A window curtain. I'm addicted to recycling things as you can tell. Anyway, the lace is a little different than the lace of the dress in the picture I found so I had to wear a sweetheart tank underneath to prevent showing any undergarments. Haha. I couldn't convince myself to be so daring for fashion just yet.
Unfortunately this is not a tutorial. My mannequin helped me tremendously in making this lace dress. This was the first time I made sleeves for a dress and I am so proud that I successfully executed the difficult task.
One of my favorite part of this dress is the exposed zipper back. Also a first time for this as well. I love the look of it-- makes the dress more edgy.
So here's just a few photos of how my ivory lace babydoll dress looks. I wore my coral rhinestone bordered earrings and nude heels. I kept it simple and elegant.
I adore this dress! It's cute and fun with such pretty elegance. One of my most favorite dresses I've made thus far. :)