Daphne wears a dress with a wide strap over the right shoulder, a simple bodice with a contrast layer peeking out from the left side and a belt at the natural waist. The skirt falls straight from the hips, longer in the back than the front.
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This dress just might win me over to the single-strap side. The top is a striped pattern that swirls from right shoulder to left waist where a plain belt cinches in at the natural waist. From the left waist the pattern swirls back towards the right side, the skirt flaring out. Gathered lace at the neckline and hemline add interest and softness to the dress.
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For some reason I have never been a fan of the single-shoulder top, unless perhaps on an evening gown. In an effort to change my mind, I sketched out several one-shoulder designs. They all took on a 1950's retro style with a hefty does of futuristic fantasy. Below you see Daphne wearing a shirt which is gathered to the right shoulder and draped snugly to the left natural waist. A belt and some straight leg pants add balance. And the outfit would be just plain boring if she didn't have a knife strapped to her thigh...
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It'll be months before Blythe can wear this dress outside, there's still snow and ice outside of my windows. But spring is coming! Blythe wears a simple cotton wraparound shirt under a stiff bodice. The overskirt falls asymmetrically to simulate a bustle. The underskirt is a fashionable boldly striped fabric ending mid-calf.
The is the last of Blythe's dresses for now. Print out the full set: