I bought my first pair of leopard anything in the form of shoes two and a half years ago, and I was immediately a fan. Now I want all the leopard things (I currently have one leopard thing (this scarf) and it's packed in a box in the garage in the house we no longer rent in North Carolina).
So when we decided to each do something fun to this black Old Navy dress as part of Summer of No Pants, I knew right away I wanted something leopard.
I'm so so happy with this dress - when I wore it to church on Sunday, Bart said, "I really like that dress."
And so do I. Plus, I think I'll be able to wear it through most of this pregnancy (all hail the midi length which means it'll be knee-length when I'm 7 months along). Win.
Also, can I make a confession? I totally didn't sew these shoulder patches on.
(Excuse time) I don't have a sewing machine here in Arizona (you're shocked it didn't make the baggage allowance when we flew from North Carolina), so I borrowed Kayla's and when my mom came down for Ella's birthday, we were going to sew it then, but we felt like sitting on the couch instead.
And then Kayla needed her sewing machine back, and my mom said "How about I just take it back with me and send you the finished dress" and I said, "If you must. I guess I'll just have to let you."
So no real tutorial here . . .
But hey, I bet it's easy. Cut out some shoulder patches, iron the edges under, sew them on. Boom. If you have questions, email my mom.