If you haven’t noticed, I am creating a trend on Sundays. I am posting a new dress every Sunday. LOL. I like that. I think I will make it officical. One day a week, in which I can take the time to release my creative juices. I must say I pondered over this little beauty for a very long time. I wanted to make a peasant, but I had another urge to make a classic design as well. Frustrating when you have so many choices and so little time. As you can see, the peasant won this race. LOL.
You may have noticed that I really love – and I mean love – aqua fabrics. This one has a watercolor print of roses in various different shades of pink. It is a Michael Miller fabric. The roses are outlined in a soft yellow, so I wanted to make the bodice yellow. I guess I could still do that, but I loved the way this solid bubblegum pink fabric looked. It was a perfect match. I had many fabrics that matched, so I decided to revert to an old pattern of mine, and add layers of ruffles to the back of this dress. I love that little bit of color that is added with the ruffles. Perfect. I realize that this dress is a bit bright for Easter, but nonetheless I think it is a very nice addition to Kinder Kouture. I will post this dress to my shop as soon as it is ready. Thanks for looking, and be sure to tell me what you think. I love to hear from you.
This is Olivia waiting for me to take a shot. She kept warm in between shoots. This is my famous Russian coat. Olivia’s words (not mine) “I never want to take this off mommy!”