I'm not sure how I came across this dress, but I'm glad I did:
It's hard to see, but those are little clowns. In some kind of Escher castle. Why? I don't know.
If you want to inspire a WTF? from everyone who stands close enough to you to see the clowns, you can find this dress at MissMucho's Etsy shop.
(And yes, I know about this.)
12 thoughts on “Send In The Clowns”
She’s back!!!! – referring to the server move. Whew!
I love whacky fabric patterns, particularly when they are subtle, like this one (if you can call anything bright yellow subtle).
I agree with Birgit – subtle wackyness is the way to go!
Have you seen Jane Austen’s Fight Club on YouTube yet? I thought you would appreciate it. 🙂
Thank you for giving me the words to describe my opinion of clowns. And it is subtle here – at first I was excited to see that interesting, unexpected castle print, and THEN those tiny aqua interlopers became clear to me.
It is a pretty dress pattern, though.
Clowns, egads! I am afraid of clowns.
Nice dress! Looks very simple. I like this pattern.
Thanks for such great post.
I am so happy that you’re back! I was terribly, terribly worried! I love the style of this dress, but I’m not crazy about the fabric.
Cute style but horrific clowns. I’d rather stick needles in my eyes than wear this LOL
Ah, but have you seen this
Clowns are the new black.
I wanted to bring up Selfish Seamstress’ post, but I was beat to it. 😀
Wow, that is one super fantastic novelty print!! Just wow.
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haha I love the “subtle wackyness” description. It’s too crazy for me to wear though, I can’t believe some of the random patterns that exist.
WTF is the first thing that came to my mind. Not sure about wacky!