Monday, September 19, 2011

"Peggy Olson" dress (Mad Men), walking along the promenade ...



   Well, the dress is officially released, it was last Friday night, really ... but I had no time to upload this post .
   So basically, now I have many posts back that show you of everything that happened during the weekend , if no new obstacles in my way... I will be able to go up gradually throughout the week, but now...

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   The dress was very comfortable to use, I had some reservations about the comfort of the sleeves, but finally it was a winner.



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  Few accessories in this outfit, to let the dress is the center of attention. However, I discovered that the brooch I made here, it makes good matching with the dress, so I wore it also as a small detail.

  I want to thank you all again for your kind comments, I have not been good blogger these last days, but now I promise to catch up with you, with a little patience, I will be able to reach everyone. 
  You and your kind words make this humble blog work because they force me to keep trying new things, so I could say that each of you´re my driving force and I´m very grateful for this. 
                                                    Have a wonderful week!

20 comments:

  1. wow, what elegant you are! Congratulations!

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  2. Pero qué maravilla de vestido y me encantan los detalles de los botoncitos al lado y como te queda el cuello.
    Eres una genia, Rosy.
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  3. amazing dress!!! I love it
    classic and elegant
    Rosy - you are my maestro

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  4. Que bonito esto vestido! I love black and white on you. The knock off is perfect. Bravo to such a talented sewist.

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  5. What a beautiful dress. It looks so beautiful as do you.

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  6. This looks fabulous on you! I love it!

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  7. Wonderful! I love that dress of Peggy's and you've made such a good reproduction.

    The costume is actually in Melbourne at the moment and I was wondering which pattern I could modify to make my own :-) I love all those buttons down the side.

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  8. Like you said, it's a winner!:) Thanks for the pics, amazing self-made elegance as always!

    Magda

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  9. Very elegant, love all the clothes you've made recently, have they snapped you away from the Mad Men set??? You certainly look like you could easily belong there:)

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  10. Well, I think, this is my favourite garment of your wardrobe.
    I love its details, buttons and others. I'm sure you are the prettiest in it.

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  11. This dress is so beautiful, and of course beautifully made. You are amazingly clever! Love the button detail, so original. It really suits you!xxx

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  12. What a wonderful dress. It looks just like Peggy's. But sewn much more professionally as you matched the check plaid on the side seams.

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  13. What a wonderful dress. It looks just like Peggy's. But sewn much more professionally as you matched the check plaid on the side seams.

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  14. What a wonderful dress. It looks just like Peggy's. But sewn much more professionally as you matched the check plaid on the side seams.

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  15. What a wonderful dress. It looks just like Peggy's. But sewn much more professionally as you matched the check plaid on the side seams.

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  16. absolutely gorgeous dress,darling,and pics -so beautiful! xooooooo

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  17. Oh WOW....your dress is gorgeous! You amaze me. You can make pretty much everything you see :)

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  18. In my opinion, your version of the Mad Men dress is so much better than the original. Yours looks sewn by a true professional! Fantastic.

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  19. Que vestidos más bonitos! eres una artista. Me encantan

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