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The two seam dress revisited

I’ve had a lot of questions about what the two seam dress i posted at the beginning of the year looks like unbelted. So now that I am no longer sporting a baby bump, i thought it was time to revisit it!

I used the exact same method as i share in the two seam dress tutorial except that this one is tunic length, and is made with a fabric with very little sretch. You can see that it has much less drape than the original. The neckline is also higher, as many of you have asked what it would look like with a higher neckline :)

I knocked this one up in about 10 minutes before church one morning – so i promise its a super easy sew! if you haven’t made one yet, head on over to the tutorial!

photography by Sabatomic

[make this look]

Tunic: Megan Nielsen two seam dress // Tutorial here
Leggings: Megan Nielsen // Virginia leggings sewing pattern
Boots: Zomp
Necklace: Merl Kinzie // Clydes Rebirth 

About Author

Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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Trine
7 years ago

I love this!!! You look gorgeous <3

Hélène
Hélène
7 years ago

The fabric you used is awsome! Great styling too. Bravo!

Ginger
7 years ago

This is awesome! I love the print!

olivia
7 years ago

Loving your blog and style!

http://fridaynightstyle.com/

Jennie
7 years ago

This is lovely, great fabric.
Got to test this pattern in a non stretch fabric :)

Sophie Cole
Sophie Cole
7 years ago

Such a great tunic – and goodness Megan your hair always looks so beautiful!