I was able to finish the both dresses I wanted to make and wear to the family reunion this weekend–yay for days off prior to camping trips!
The plaid dress is for the airplane and has handy big pockets. (It was inspired by this version from A.P.C. for $120.)
And the beige linen check dress was inspired by meandering poetically through the pasture land, avoiding cow pies and thistles:
I used my new initial labels on it, too. Because it’s important to have a monogrammed linen muumuu in which to wander the prairie. Just ask the pioneers.
In the Marines we used a marking stamp.
Got to identify it somehow!
I’m sure all of the pioneers had monogrammed labels. How else could they tell their clothing apart when it was on the clothesline? 🙂