A Navy Dirndl Skirt

By Cedar | November 2, 2012

I finished sewing this skirt earlier in the week. It is actually the second one I have made, and was such a snap to sew up. I think it is my absolute favorite style of skirt, it is pretty and so comfortable. This one was made of a lightweight cotton lawn in navy, which is perfect for our still incredibly warm weather here in southern California. The first one I made is a pretty vintage striped fabric, that is really more suited for Spring and Summer, but I may get a picture of it one of these days to share.

The pattern I drafted was from Gertie’s book, which I talked about a few days ago. After reading the pattern I remembered she had a similar tutorial for it on her blog, which you can see here and here.

My outfit:

Top: Friendly Fox Vintage
Skirt: Handmade by me
Petticoat: Thrifted
Shoes: Thrifted
Pearls: Belonged to Russ’ grandmother

Lucy’s outfit:

Dress and bloomers: Vintage, thrifted
Shoes and socks: Target

 

4 Responses to “A Navy Dirndl Skirt”

  1. Emily Says:
    November 2nd, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    You are so cute! And Lucy is getting so big. :)

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  2. Jessica Cangiano Says:
    November 4th, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    What a wonderfully sweet, timelessly pretty outfit. You and your darling daughter are both so beautiful.

    ♥ Jessica

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    Cedar Reply:

    Thank you Jessica!

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  3. Annie Says:
    November 6th, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    Oh, I love the top on you! I’m glad to see a picture of you wearing it. Thanks again!

    Annie

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