A close friend of mine is getting married in December and the theme is ‘peacock’. We sat down and finalised the colour schemes for decor, flowers and bridesmaids. She will be having a mighty entourage of 14 bridesmaids and we will all be decked in shades of blue and green. While she gave me the liberty to wear any of the colour in the chart (yay!), I picked navy blue initially.
So while in Berlin, I couldn’t resist this lovely piece of lace made from natural fibres at 16€/m. It is sturdy, like Alençon lace, with a beautiful scalloped hem.
The problem is: I only have 1.1m, which is insufficient for a lace-dress like this:
or this, which were what I planned to make.
So I need to reconfigure the design now, of which I need to consider yardage, postpartum body and nursing needs.
#1 Two piece lace top and french dior skirt with lace border ensemble. It doesn’t show in the photo but the idea is there.
#2 Cowl neck and a flare/gathered skirt dress.
#3 I’m also considering other colours such as forest green,
#5 or teal in this design,
#6 or a shorter version of this.
I would definitely love to make use of this new purchase so that I do not accumulate fabrics (I’m running out of space. Help!). Then again, I’ll be going fabric shopping with the bride-to-be later this week so I’ll see what the fabric market has to offer. Till then!