Webster Top & Dress Inspiration and Fabric IdeasJune 19, 2017 / byCarrie McGowan / Categories : Feeds
The Webster Top & Dress pattern makes a fun and trendy trapeze dress or a classic tank with a strappy twist. Today, we’ve gathered some Webster inspiration and fabric ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
You can play with color blocking on the dress version along the seam lines, or use a border print fabric for a fun effect. Don’t be afraid to play around with different strap variations! Not in summer mode? Try making your Webster with a lace overlay for a totally different look.
A shape like this can be so stunning in a solid. Go for a rich summery color or a classic white and you’ll have a piece that can be styled so many different ways!
You can’t go wrong with a floral for a breezy summer dress! Dress it down for a day at the beach or dress it up for date night!
The Webster Top and Dress look amazing in so many lightweight fabrics; the world is your oyster! Here are a few ideas for some different looks.
Go for a statement in a fiery red viscose with beautiful drape. Paired with nude sandals and gold jewelry, you have your summer wedding attendee dress sorted! Make a slightly more structured version in a light weight ikat for a downtown cool look. Or why not use double gauze to make the perfect beach coverup?
Because of the relatively simple style lines, the Webster is just crying out for fun statement prints. Giraffe silk crepe?? Yes please, especially in that perfect coral! Make a special dress or versatile top in a Liberty print. And for a truly special top, choose a unique silk border print!
Of course, we have a few kits left as well! This geometric rayon challis is such a lovely fabric with a soft hand and perfect drape. Or emulate our lovely cover model, Rachel, in this purple sandwashed rayon; pictures really don’t do this scrumptious fabric justice!
Are you planning any Webster Tops or Dresses? Share your ideas with us in the comments and pictures on social media using #WebsterTop and #WebsterDress. We can’t wait to see what you create!
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