Tonner Cami in outfit, inspired by Alberta Ferretti

Tonner Antoinette striped dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 3

Last time you also saw this striped dress at the background. It’s time to show and describe it itself now.

V-neck and darts on the dress help to create an interesting combination of stripes of a fabric. The dress belt is sewn with a cross direction of the stripes in hope to strengthen a game of the stripes of the fabric.

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The skirt is knee-length and has the same pleat pattern as both previous dress and outfit have.

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The dress is embellished with 3D embroidered flowers.

I’d created an embroidery design for 3D flowers and embroidered them on a chiffon. Then I cut the flowers out and sewed them to the dress bodice using sequins and beads.

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I used snaps for the dress closure at the back.

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To be honest, this dress is my favorite! And what do you think about it?

2 thoughts on “Tonner Antoinette striped dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 3

  • I think both are lovely but for me the long one with the flowers on the white top, is beautiful 🙂

    • When I saw the Alberta Ferretti collection, I was subdued by an outfit with a long skirt and a short top with flower embellishments. This is a great opportunity to show a slim waist 🙂

      I started to sew the collection because of this outfit. I’ll show this outfit photos closer next time.

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