I love me a cute shirt w/ a bow in the front.
H&M (no longer available)This project didn't start off as a knock-off. I started by making veiw B of Simplicity 1915. It looked cute in the picture, but in real life it looked like a clown shirt and that's just not what I was going for.
In the words of Tim Gunn, I decided to "make it work". There are no step-by-step pics, because I was making it up as I was going along.
I pulled out my seam ripper and tore off the clown ruffle. Then I split the shirt about 3 inches down the front center and finished the edges. Then I attached a grey gross-grain ribbon to each side. I then gathered the sleeves and attached a cuff.
I love white and navy together. (It's not as shiny in real life).
She's now ready for a weekend in the Hamptons-or 8th grade.
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