You Can't, You Won't, And You Don't Stop: 8728

Vogue 8728 in Liberty

Those of you who asked for more: here you go. Those of you rolling your eyes and thinking "How many of these Vogue 8728s can she MAKE?" should brace yourselves; this is not the last by a long shot …

I wore this in a colder-weather place pretty successfully (I think) over a thin longsleeved black t-shirt and black tights, under a longer sweater. That much layering made me feel just a little too Lucky Mag, but hey, I managed to avoid carrying a completely impractical handbag and wearing eight different necklaces, so perhaps I dodged that particular bullet.  

On to more pictures!

 

Vogue 8728

 

Vogue 8728

Vogue 8728

Oh, this is Liberty fabric, too, part of the haul I purchased back in May at Shaukat. I deliberately limited myself to darker colors while there; I usually buy all brights and then feel weird wearing them in November. Soon I will have a whole slew of Novembery dresses! (Your hemisphere may vary.)

I do have a non-8728 dress to post, that will come later this week!

22 thoughts on “You Can't, You Won't, And You Don't Stop: 8728

  1. Okay, you’ve almost got me at the tipping point with this pattern, but could we see how you style it (not necessarily Lucky-style), for those of us in more northerly-latitudes? Otherwise, I’m just gonna have to wait until summer to make it. Thank you for helping those of us who need more visual representation.

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  2. This is such a lovely print and I love the
    pattern and this would definitely work in
    colder climates with a long-sleeved black
    t-shirt and tights.

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  3. Sarajane, a friend took some pictures of me Saturday night wearing it layered-up style … I’ll see if any of them are any good. :-)

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  4. I always have a hard time matching pattern and fabric, so am loving your different fabric iterations of the same dress. Looking forward to seeing more!

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  5. I may have to change my mind about Liberty of London fabrics. So often I see the small images on vendor sites and think “Huh. What do so many others see in these fabrics that I don’t?”. Seeing these last 2 fabrics/dresses made up, I like these.

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