#VintagePledge on YouTube

May 5, 2017   /   byMarie  / Categories :  Feeds

Happy Friday friends! A busy few weeks means that this weekend will be spent on frantically trying to make a frock for #TheDressmakersBall which is a week today. I'm hoping to pair the luxurious claret velvet I got from Leicester Market with one of the three vintage patterns below, in what will be my first #VintagePledge of the year too.

If I don't succeed I will have to go to the ball in RTW or naked...both terrible options, so no pressure!




To find out which of the three patterns I'll be tackling, check out my YouTube video below. Which (if any) is your favourite?

Also, are you going to #TheDressmakersBall? Have you made your outfit yet?

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