Lela Rose is my style. Great fabrics and simple design lines with little details here and there to keep things interesting.
She used a lot of lightweight tweed in spring colorways with trim or piping to accentuate the design lines of the garment.
I always think of tweeds as fall fabrics but there are very light versions that can be worn year round, that idea sparked my interest and I immediately made a mental note to make a version of this dress.
As you know, I am in love with this dress, Oh, I love it.
Tucks on the outside? Yes, I see this from time to time and I think it works better on a simple sheath made out of a great piece of fabric.
This fabric is gorgeous but what really drew me in was the one sided shoulder. A shoulder pad was used to lift and add structure to the shoulder. It frames the models shoulders and evens out her figure.
I love how the pleats had volume and texture to this other wise simple halter neckline sheath.
The cut on this shoulder, I was wondering if there is some type of interfacing to keep stiffen the strap to keep it from falling off of the shoulder.
I like her take on the floral print pants. There is blank space which is great for bottom curvy girls like me, it draws the eyes to the slimmest part of the legs instead of the hipline.
I love this dress, Can someone teach me how to apply this lace? Wow, love it.
Its a basic sheath with lace applique, so stunning!
This is a great idea, double up a sheer fabric on the sleeves to give that two tone effect.
This is another one of my favorite, the border print is beautiful and I love the shoulder effect also.'