UPDATE: (hey, look! She finally had time to tally the scores from last week)
So, last week most of you thought the embroidered mull Regency evening gown was the very epitome of Regency evening gowns, and your ratings depended on whether you thought that was a good thing or not. Did epitome mean perfect example, or boringly typical example? And do you even like Regency evening gowns in the first place? Well, it appears you do, and while not perfect, it came in at 8.5 out of 10.
I know. I’m running really late with this Rate the Dress. I haven’t even tallied the votes for last week’s Regency yet. I’ll get those up in a bit, but I want to at least get you a dress for now! So here you go.
The last few Rate the Dresses have been pretty subdued colour-wise. Time for something a little brighter, such as this printed dotted-swiss day-dress from the FIDM.
There is a lot going on in this dress: patterning over dotted swiss, stripes over patterning, skirt and sleeves and blouson bodice. Too much, or one harmonious whole?
Rate the Dress on a scale of 1 to 10 (and be sure to leave your comment on the post, not on the image, or it won’t get counted in the final tally of votes)