Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Jersey Wrap Dress

Wrap dresses are probably one of the most universally flattering styles. I've made this dress before- apparently back in 2009! I love how blogging has allowed me the opportunity to journal my makes! This is a timeless, classic style that will never go out of fashion. And I decided I needed one for my business-casual inspired capsule. The pattern is Vogue 8379.

The fabric is an ITY jersey print from www.LowPriceFabric.com. I ordered a couple of prints during a sale and this was one of them. The colors are black, burgundy, and white. I love the print- it reminds me of some of the classic DVF wraps. I spent about $15 on the fabric. 

I made one size smaller than my first attempt. I also have a serger now and serged most of the seams up. I interfaced the dress from the neck facing, down to the hem along the front edges. And I shortened this a bit by taking up a 2" hem instead of a 1 1/4". 

I think this will be a great piece in my new work wardrobe. It can be styled with different jackets and cardigans, or worn as is. 



  1. Jenny, this is a gorgeous dress, I like the fact that it has a collar and cuffs, such a classic and flattering dress!!!

  2. You have motivated me to sew this up. I have this pattern. Nice job. It looks great on you.

  3. Such a classic dress. Its suits you very well and the fabric is a lovely choice too.

  4. I so love this! I found you via Kollabora, and am glad to add your blog to my reading list. I love your style!

  5. So pretty and elegant - you look lovely in this dress!

  6. Perfect! The style, the fabric, the fit and the length all come together to make a gorgeous dress! Good job, DVF has nothing on you!