Pucci Pucci Poo!

05 Jun Pucci Pucci Poo!

You might think I made myself a little nighty and I can understand why. It’s a muslin that I completed from start to finish and I think I’ll wear it as a bathing suit coverup.


Here is the pattern,


and here is the dress.


I succumbed to temptation during my trip to Baltimore in April and bought a piece of Pucci silk jersey from Mendel Goldberg. The owner, Alice Goldberg drove to Baltimore from NYC with a trunk full of fabric, and I filed in line with my other classmates to relieve her from her heavy load 😉

Sewing Pucci silk jersey was a brand new experience for me, and Alice handed me a photo of the Pucci garment made from this fabric during our transaction.


Not wanting to humiliate my children, I decided to play it safe.


You’re welcome, children.

After completing the muslin, I knew a V-neck design would not suit this fabric. I also decided the straight dress was the way to go (View A). The only problem was View A featured a racerback and I desired a more classic style. I managed to reconcile the two styles by tracing the lines from one pattern piece to another, but just to be safe I cut the pattern slightly large before whittling away the side seams until I had the fit I wanted.


I cut and sewed the dress as a maxi, but once completed the look overwhelmed me so I removed 17 inches of fabric.


What’s with the ruffle you asked? By now one might realize that issues tend to surface during many of my sewing projects…….

This time the neckline puckered …. and who wants a puckered Pucci?


Next to fitting, the fabric placement was the key to the success in making the dress. I mirrored the front and back hoping the groovy design would flatter my waistline.


All of the seams are finished with the serger, and I followed Leisa Stanton’s narrow hem tutorial for the hem.


Goodness …. sewing is not for sissies, but I’m not complaining! I played it safe but I’m ready for another round….. and didn’t I just save myself at least a thousand dollars? 🙂

  • Lauren
    Posted at 23:40h, 05 June Reply

    Love the dress! The fabric print is wonderful. It is all the better for the ruffle at the neckline. Not fussy on the narrow hem though. Does the fabric wrinkle up like tissue paper? Just wondering if it is a “standing up” only dress.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 23:44h, 05 June Reply

      Thanks, Lauren! I’ve not worn it yet, but I think it’s a party dress (a.k.a. the Stand Up Dress), however it’s really comfortable 🙂

      • Lauren
        Posted at 00:40h, 06 June Reply

        Then standing up you will be at the next party. It definitely is a “circulating” dress. I am sure you will get lots of compliments on it. Party away!

  • The Renegade Seamstress
    Posted at 23:55h, 05 June Reply

    You placed the design perfectly, WOW! What a show stopper this dress is. So flattering and I agree with your decision to not make it a maxi. You’re so tiny, I bet it did overwhelm you. You look fantastic.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:13h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Beth! Despite the issues it was a fun garment to create!

  • seweverythingblog
    Posted at 23:59h, 05 June Reply

    Now you own a Pucci! Great dress and the fabric placement is flattering on you.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:14h, 06 June Reply

      Many thanks! I never thought I’d own a Pucci 😉 😉

  • coco
    Posted at 00:02h, 06 June Reply

    Beautiful! I also just got this pattern, will do a maxi for sure, but i understand your reluctance, it did get overwhelmed by the print. The ruffles are a lovely touch and your signature as well!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:16h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Coco and so nice to hear from you 🙂 You are the queen of maxis in my opinion – they look so fab on you!

  • Jenny Rushmore
    Posted at 00:07h, 06 June Reply

    This looks so fabulous on you! I have a similarly wild print that requires very careful pattern placement

    You also made me laugh out loud with the ” you’re welcome, children” comment 😀

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:17h, 06 June Reply

      Many thanks, Jenny! You know how it is – anything not to embarrass the children 😉 Good luck with your wild print garment!

  • Linda Richards
    Posted at 00:13h, 06 June Reply

    What an adorable dress!! Love the fabric, the design placement AND the ruffle! Another inspirational project and a job well done.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:18h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you so much for your nice comment, Linda! I was truly inspired by the fabric and in spite of an issue here and there it was fun to do 🙂

  • Barbara
    Posted at 00:22h, 06 June Reply

    Fantastic pattern placement, gorgeous dress on you, I think the ruffles make it!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:19h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Barbara! I was slightly skeptical of using ruffles……… until I tried it on and knew it was the right decision. I did however, trim it down from 3″ to 2″ 🙂

  • Beth(SunnyGal Studio)
    Posted at 00:26h, 06 June Reply

    Love it, very you! I’m a little jealous of your opportunity to buy those Puccini silks. My mom has a few vintage Pucci nighties. They are luscious.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:20h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Beth! I’m sure Alice will send you samples galore of her Puccis 😉 – Did you realize you said Puccini? Maybe you are an opera fan like me!

  • Ann
    Posted at 00:31h, 06 June Reply

    The pattern placement is perfect, and very flattering. You have created a classic, and I find myself coveting your beautiful dress.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:21h, 06 June Reply

      Many thanks, Ann but no need to covet. I have a feeling there is plenty of Pucci for seamtresses worldwide 😉

  • Treva Putsche
    Posted at 00:39h, 06 June Reply

    Gorgeous! So flattering, great placement of the pattern!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:22h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Treva! While several placement options existed, I thought this was the most flattering on me 🙂

  • Suzie
    Posted at 00:42h, 06 June Reply

    Oh yes, the placement of the fabric does flatter your waistline! The dress suits you really well!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:23h, 06 June Reply

      Thanks, Suzie! I was trying to place the center of the hourglass right at my waistline 😉

  • Yvonne Bennett
    Posted at 00:47h, 06 June Reply

    Now that’s a lovely dress! Fit is excellent and the print placement used to excellent advantage. Enjoy wearing that and the many compliments you’re sure to receive!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:26h, 06 June Reply

      Many thanks, Yvonne! Despite a few issues, I really enjoyed working with the design of this fabric 🙂

  • Jean
    Posted at 00:50h, 06 June Reply

    Love your dress Sarah. The pattern placement is super flattering and the neckline ruffle lifts the otherwise plain silhouette. Absolutely gorgeous.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:26h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Jean! I was slightly reluctant to use the ruffle, but I do believe it worked this time 🙂

  • Amanda
    Posted at 01:03h, 06 June Reply

    It’s beautiful! I love the ruffle! I usually add bows but this looks fab so I may have to add a ruffle dress to my collection!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:27h, 06 June Reply

      Many thanks, Amanda! Bows and ruffles are always great embellishments as long as they are not overdone 😉

      • Amanda
        Posted at 02:31h, 07 June Reply

        Yes, you are right. You have great style!

  • littlesewingdreams
    Posted at 01:13h, 06 June Reply

    When I saw your muslin I thought mhm, whats that? But then I saw the picture of your dress and thought wow! The dress is stunning and the placement of the pattern is just perfect.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:29h, 06 June Reply

      Hi Angela! Many thanks for your comment and good luck with your Marfy jacket!!

  • Heathersmom
    Posted at 01:20h, 06 June Reply

    Absolutely fabulous!

  • Katalin
    Posted at 01:24h, 06 June Reply

    OMG! I love, love, love this dress!
    Beautiful fabric! You did an amazing job!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 18:30h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you so much, Katalin! I fell hard for the fabric and really wanted to do it justice 😉

  • Annika
    Posted at 01:45h, 06 June Reply


  • Beth (SunnyGal Studio)
    Posted at 01:58h, 06 June Reply

    so pretty, I love it. and a little envious of your opportunity to buy those Pucci fabrics. totally you!

  • Fiona M
    Posted at 02:21h, 06 June Reply

    I love that! The ruffled neckline is beautiful, and the perfect pattern placement is very flattering. Lovely dress altogether.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:22h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Fiona! In spite of a few issues, working with this fabric was fun 🙂

  • Cindy C.
    Posted at 02:22h, 06 June Reply

    Utterly spectacular! Could easily be your MOB dress, too.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:23h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you so much, Cindy! My MOB fabric is ivory and gold – hope to post on the blog soon 🙂

  • lillug
    Posted at 02:33h, 06 June Reply

    Wow! That pattern placement is absolutely spot on! It looks absolutely gorgeous on you! And who wants to sit in that dress! It’s meant to be seen!! Party on!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:24h, 06 June Reply

      I like the way you think, Lillug! Let’s get it started……….. 😉

  • Sarah Shewring (@sarah_shewring)
    Posted at 02:34h, 06 June Reply

    WOW!!! Love it! That print is stunning& the dress is gorgeous. I always read, but very rarely comment. I couldn’t wait to comment on this one!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:26h, 06 June Reply

      Sarah – I’m flattered you were moved to comment!! Many thanks for your support 🙂

  • Pauline (pdiddly)
    Posted at 03:48h, 06 June Reply

    love the fabric, and I can see the maxi length would swamp you, I think your alteration is spot on.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:29h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you so much for your comment, Pauline! You look like you are having a blast these days 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Lady Stitcher
    Posted at 04:23h, 06 June Reply

    Gorgeous! You placed the fabric pattern perfectly – front and back!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:30h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Lay Stitcher! I had fun with this fabric 😉

  • AllisonC
    Posted at 04:56h, 06 June Reply

    I like what you did with the fabric more than Pucci, the print placement is perfect, so flattering.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:34h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Allison! Pucci’s design worked for a 20 something year old but not for me ! 🙂

  • Vicki
    Posted at 06:15h, 06 June Reply

    Gorgeous! the pattern placement is perfect!

  • black label
    Posted at 06:25h, 06 June Reply

    This dress looks amazing. Love the pattern placement that gives such an incredible hourglass effect. So pretty!

  • sewmanju
    Posted at 06:37h, 06 June Reply

    Lovely, and very jealous of your fabric! Great pattern placement and great job on the neckline.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:43h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Manju! It was a fun fabric to work with in spite of the few issues I encountered. 😉

  • Julie Starr
    Posted at 06:48h, 06 June Reply

    Oh how I love this on you! The pattern placement could not be better. Looks like a perfect dress for some of the wedding festivities. Since I seem to be in a maxi state of mind right now, my first thought was that it would make a show stopping long dress but you’re right, of course. I think it would have swallowed you up. Hopefully you can salvage the cut off portion for a little skirt.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:46h, 06 June Reply

      Hi Julie! You do seem to be on a maxi roll these days, and I was inspired by your last three dresses. I really love the dress now and your idea of a skirt is brilliant!

  • Jenny
    Posted at 07:14h, 06 June Reply

    Wow, gorgeous dress! I like the ruffle a lot. It adds interest and texture. Of course, that fabric has a lot of interest, too. Beautiful all around!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:47h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Jenny! In the end the ruffle ended up being a plus and I really love the dress now 😉

  • David
    Posted at 07:23h, 06 June Reply

    Gorgeous! The print placement is very clever and flattering, great job!

  • Wendy
    Posted at 07:27h, 06 June Reply

    I remember that Pucci! The dress is beautiful!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:51h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Wendy! Alice brought soooooo many lovely fabrics to our class 😉 Can’t wait to see what you do with yours!

    Posted at 07:28h, 06 June Reply

    This is a print-placement MASTERPIECE!! You look amazing!!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:52h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Lauren! I meant to leave a comment for you today…… I mean, you should consider becoming a swimsuit model! 🙂

  • patsdesign
    Posted at 07:31h, 06 June Reply

    I love it! And I love the way you just take on a challenge and run with it. The ruffle continues line in the print; brilliant!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:54h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you Pat! After I cut the fabric I have no choice but to go for it 😉

  • Marilou
    Posted at 07:48h, 06 June Reply

    Beautiful dress! Thanks for posting. You are an inspiration with your fabric choices and designs.
    I always look forward to seeing what you are sewing.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:55h, 06 June Reply

      Thank you, Marilou! I truly appreciate your kind comment 🙂

  • Jay
    Posted at 07:59h, 06 June Reply

    I LOVE this! Great job!

  • Carol Cansdale
    Posted at 08:02h, 06 June Reply

    It’s fabulous!

  • poppykettle
    Posted at 08:03h, 06 June Reply

    I love it when a simple pattern combines with stunning fabric to create a bit of a WOW garment!! And you’ve certainly got that with this dress. I do think the print on the fabric does a little ‘Stella McCartney’ in featuring your waist! It’s gorgeous 🙂

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 06:55h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Mel! I too love simple patterns combined with a fabulous fabric, but it’s not as easy as it sounds is it? That simple pattern has to fit perfectly from the get go or your in trouble!

  • ewellons
    Posted at 08:24h, 06 June Reply

    Wonderful dress. Bridesmaids’ luncheion maybe. I love ruffles on you and the print really does accentuate the waist. Beautiful job!!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 06:57h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Cissie! I’m pleased too – haven’t decided which wedding festivity to wear it to – maybe an upcoming Luau?

  • Laura Casey
    Posted at 08:28h, 06 June Reply

    FABULOUS on YOU….the print does all the work (well almost :-))…and yes sewing is NOT for sissie’s….You’ve really developed your style….you know what you want and what looks good on you….Smart Woman you….Good job Sarah…..

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 06:58h, 07 June Reply

      Ahh….. gee……. this is such a sweet comment, Laura! You’re right in that the print says it all (once I got the pattern to fit 🙂 )!

  • lauriesannie
    Posted at 08:39h, 06 June Reply

    What a fantastic job! And I’ll bet you blogged the ruffle and I missed it. The perfect touch.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:00h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Lauriesannie! I’m not sure what you meant about blogging the ruffle. For this ruffle I gathered a single, two-inch strip of fabric down the middle and topstitched it to the dress 🙂

  • lisa
    Posted at 08:49h, 06 June Reply

    Love the dress Sara. You look fabulous and did an excellent choice for pattern and excellent fit! I wondered if this fabric was hard to sew on and if you had to do any accommodations for the knit while sewing?

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:04h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Lisa! This fabric was not the easiest to sew – very slippery and lightweight. I used pattern/fabric weights to keep it from sliding during cutting, sewing and ironing and taped it down to the cutting board for cutting the smaller pieces. I also hand basted everything before sewing and used a microtex needle in the machine AFTER sewing the first seam. 😉

  • cathynd95
    Posted at 09:07h, 06 June Reply

    You make such lovely creations! You are truly an inspiration!

  • Carolyn
    Posted at 09:08h, 06 June Reply


  • Linda Brooks, Boiling Springs,SC
    Posted at 09:32h, 06 June Reply

    Your dress is gorgeous but you make it even more special. Love the comments and seeing the process. The shorter dress flatters you better for sure! Keep publishing and telling your story.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:06h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Linda for your nice comment. Looks like we’re neighbors 🙂 🙂

  • thetelltaletasha
    Posted at 09:44h, 06 June Reply

    It looks great! and the pattern placement definitely gave you the results you were looking for!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:07h, 07 June Reply

      Many thanks 🙂 Pattern placement was everything in this dress!!

  • LindaB.
    Posted at 09:49h, 06 June Reply

    This one is a real show-stopper! Fabulous in every way!

  • gingermakes
    Posted at 10:03h, 06 June Reply

    This is SO flattering and SO gorgeous!!! LOOOOOOVE it!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:09h, 07 June Reply

      It turned out just as I imagined it with the exception of the ruffle, and I too, love it 🙂 Many thanks for your comment, Ginger!

  • Monica
    Posted at 10:52h, 06 June Reply

    Absolutely fabulous on you. Okay — I have a new GV favorite. It is wonderful how your problems turn into beautiful features of your garments. The ruffles make this your own.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:21h, 07 June Reply

      Well, I’ve never looked at it that way, however I’m not ready to go looking for problems, even if they work in my favor! Many thanks for your comment, Monica!

  • Connie Verdeck
    Posted at 12:13h, 06 June Reply

    That is gorgeous!!!

  • Almeda
    Posted at 12:47h, 06 June Reply

    Your creative problem solving results in original winners! You’ll turn heads in this one. 🙂 Love it.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:22h, 07 June Reply

      Thanks, Almeda! I’ll let you know how many heads turn 😉 😉

  • Martha Hughes
    Posted at 13:24h, 06 June Reply

    Very nice use of fabric and a beautiful dress. My question? What will you do with the fabric from the bottom of the dress?

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:23h, 07 June Reply

      Hi Martha! There is certainly enough for a skirt so that’s what I’m leaning towards. However I’d like to line it with tricot. Many thanks for your comment 🙂

  • Maggie Edger
    Posted at 13:59h, 06 June Reply

    I really like the fabric and the dress is perfect. A maggie

  • Sue K
    Posted at 14:48h, 06 June Reply

    Stunning! If you took 17″ off the bottom, do you have enough to do a summer shell top of it? It looks like if you flipped it upside down, so the V works in your favor, it might make a fun top too! Thank you for sharing this dress, it’s stunning. When do we get updates on the Baltimore sewing, and your event dresses?

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:29h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Sue! I’ve got enough to make something but I’ll need to explore possibilities. Regarding Baltimore, I’ve shared my week but I hope to show you the garments from other classmates. I’m not sure everyone has completed their ‘couture’ project yet………. and my MOB dress. ……… I’m almost ready to cut the muslin and just ordered the trim today. I’ll keep you posted for sure 🙂 🙂

  • Madeleine mino
    Posted at 19:51h, 06 June Reply

    OMG, my fav so far!

  • Marta
    Posted at 20:26h, 06 June Reply

    There’s nothing about this dress I don’t like! Absolutely gorgeous!

  • Fifty Dresses
    Posted at 22:28h, 06 June Reply

    There is nothing quite like a Pucci! Great rendition, Sarah!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:31h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Karen. You should know 😉 I hope to make another one of these days!

  • Lori
    Posted at 23:10h, 06 June Reply

    I love this dress on you such fabulous fabric. I thought the ruffle was part of your signature style, you look amazing with ruffle neckline.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:34h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Lori! It was definitely ruffles to the rescue time 🙂 🙂

  • holly
    Posted at 03:05h, 07 June Reply

    This dress is a winner, just perfect for you!! All your tweaking paid off. I bet this will be a summer favourite for you.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:38h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you so much, Holly! I hope to wear it a lot 🙂

  • Myra
    Posted at 07:46h, 07 June Reply

    This is definitely one beautiful dress Sarah! I agree with you on the white one but it too looks very comfortable for the summer!

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:38h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Myra! Had I not made the white one I’d have a mess on my hands 😉 I’m glad it’s good for something!

  • Barbara Kaye, The Apron Muse
    Posted at 11:12h, 07 June Reply

    You are sooo right–sewing is NOT for sissies! And the more you learn, the more you realize how much you don’t know! Great, great job and your comments are not only educational but entertaining! xoxo

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:41h, 07 June Reply

      Hi Barbara! I guess sewing is like anything else worth pursuing – the sky is the limit for sure 😉 I simply love the comments I receive from readers – they bring a new dimension to the blog for sure !

  • Joyce Love
    Posted at 15:18h, 07 June Reply

    Just stunning! This & your orange dyed lace dress are my favorites!

  • lisa g
    Posted at 16:32h, 07 June Reply

    what a fabulous print! your placement is super flattering, i just love this on you! and nice save with the ruffle 😉

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:43h, 07 June Reply

      Thank you, Lisa! I’d really like to sew another Pucci sometime 😉

  • Corinne
    Posted at 18:35h, 07 June Reply

    Oh, I love that Pucci fabric!! The dress looks amazing on you & I’m so impressed with your idea to add the ruffle. 🙂

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 19:43h, 07 June Reply

      Many thanks, Corrine! I guess the motto there is to never, never, never give up!

  • Nancy
    Posted at 21:09h, 07 June Reply

    I absolutely love love this dress! It’s so lovely and I love the way you mirrored the pattern on the front and back.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:37h, 08 June Reply

      Thank you, Nancy! I really had fun with the fabric placement!

  • Vanessa
    Posted at 01:28h, 08 June Reply

    Your dress turned out lovely!

  • Carolyn
    Posted at 09:42h, 08 June Reply

    What a wonderful print you used to make such a gorgeous dress. When I saw the ruffle I just thought that you were adding your trademark/signature embellishment to your dress! Lovely and glad you saved your children from embarrassment! 🙂

  • Ally - Design Rewind Fashions on Etsy
    Posted at 10:52h, 08 June Reply

    That fabric print is AMAZING and you look wonderful in that dress! I’m sure my daughters would feel the same about the Pucci version but we can dream of younger days, right?

  • amanda wyatt
    Posted at 16:40h, 08 June Reply

    Totally in awe.. been following and admiring your blog for a short while and whooeee – this just blows me away – that print placement sure does kick 🙂

  • wearawyatt
    Posted at 16:45h, 08 June Reply

    Totally in awe- been following for a wee while and Whoooeeee- this one sure does kick that print placements is a dream-Inspired thank-you:)

  • myrosesindecember
    Posted at 18:46h, 08 June Reply

    This is lovely, and you have a wearable muslin! I don’t mind the ruffle at all, and think it makes it unique.

  • Urbanite
    Posted at 18:50h, 08 June Reply

    It’s beautiful. Sarah, did you underline (batiste?) and line it? I know that fabric is a light as a feather. Gorg!

  • Ji
    Posted at 09:37h, 09 June Reply

    Your pucci is much better than the original! I love it!

  • Sharon
    Posted at 02:19h, 12 June Reply

    A very stylish pucci and love the ruffle and how it helps with the puckering, very clever.

    • goodbyevalentino
      Posted at 07:49h, 12 June Reply

      Thank you, Sharon! While the fabric needed zero embellishment, the ruffle seemed to work this time 🙂

  • Carola
    Posted at 22:53h, 13 June Reply

    I keep coming back and looking at this dress. Simply stunning and if you hadn’t have said anything about the puckered neckline, I’d have thought that the ruffle was meant to be coz you are such a ruffly type of girl anyway and this ruffle is one of my favorites! Well done, Sarah! xx

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  • Anelise Newman
    Posted at 01:43h, 23 June Reply

    I was absolutely wowed when I saw the design placement on your final garment. It takes the dress to a whole new level, and you’re right, it does wonders for your figure!

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