It's Oscar Week and we're remaking a few of my favorite looks from this year's best films!
When I saw this I knew there would be some sort of outfit making to be had! It's all about a tailor and his muse during the 50s.
This dress was one of my faves from the film and knew it was one that I had to remake!
First up, find a red dress to use for the base! I had this number in my closet ready for an upgrade!
It's from the 70s, totally giving off the DVF wrap dress vibe...
...but definitely needing a bit of a refresh. Phantom Thread copycat, here we go!
I snagged my materials at Joann (all about that lace, bout that lace...) and channeled my inner Reynolds Woodcock!
I started by removing the collar on the neck of my dress...
...and then cut my sleeves short to match the dress from the film.
Then it was lace time! I had to add lace to the skirt, the sleeve cuffs, and the neckline.
Once everything was pinned...
...it was time to sew it all in place!
My look was complete!
I am totally feeling the 50s!
PS...for those who have seen the film, you'll totally understand the next photo
And if you haven't seen this, the costumes are just next level! Such gorgeous gowns!
Vicky Krieps on the left, yours truly on the right. I'm really pleased with how this turned out!!
More looks to come!
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