The Double Circle Dress has a restrained retro style--a straight below knee skirt that skims the hips, a simple pleat neckline and elbow sleeves in a sober dark charcoal. This...
The Bloomsbury dress is a hand-dyed print version of the Double Circle Dress. It has a restrained retro style--a straight knee length skirt that skims the hips, a simple pleat...
The Blaise dress has draped folds at the neckline that flow to the similar draping at the waist. The wide elbow length sleeves echo the shape of the skirt that...
The Brighton Dress is a more casual style with a round neckline that has layers of pleated folds stitched at intervals. This version has long sleeves. The dress falls to...
The Funnel Neck Dress is a popular, flattering style with stitched tucks in a contrast color that creates a tailored look. It has a high neckline with tucks and a...
The Camden Dress has a fitted bodice with overlapped sections creating curved sewn lines. The full skirt flows from a high waistline. I've added a center pleat to the back...
This is a new version of the Brighton Dress in a red cotton knit with a silver metallic floral print. Stitched with silver metallic thread, it is shaped at the...
The drape dress with sleeve is one of my most popular styles. It fits most body types and has flattering lines that flow around the body. Squares of stitching help...
The drape dress is one of my most popular styles. It fits most body types and has flattering lines that flow around the body. Squares of stitching help define...
The Camden Dress has a fitted bodice with curved sewn lines and mismatched angled stripes. The full skirt flows from a high waistline. I've added a center pleat to the...
Retro style fit and flare dress with a wrap style neckline that won't gape open like a real wrap dress. The wide half sleeves echo the flow of the skirt....
The zigzag dress has a neckline of cascading folds and drapes creating a zigzag line of contrast stitching. It's a tailored dress but with slouchy drapes across the waist which...
The size chart here is just a guide as the various styles will fit a range of sizes according to how fitted or loose they are.
The bust measurement is the most reliable constant as usually that is where clothes are most fitted.
Knit clothing stretches and drapes to varying degrees so that will also affect the sizing of each style.