The Little Miss Priss has a dance in heart. Every time she hears music (or even any kind of beat), the girl starts groovin’. She takes after her mama- I love to dance. And I like to think that what I lack in ability, I make up for in enthusiasm.
Perhaps that’s why this ballerina-esque dress caught my eye?
In any case, I love it. I loved the Dulcie dress at Anthropologie, but I think I love this version even more (that’s the great thing about making your own clothes, right? You get to make them just the way you want). It’s a little darker than the one at Anthro (even the ‘black motif” Dulcie dress had a decent amount of lighter detailing on it), the dress is more empire than drop-waist, and it may have a bit more fluff in the skirt (ballerina girl indeed).
I wore it to Grace and Todd’s fancy schmancy wedding, but it’d make a perfect party dress. Or dental school prom dress (darn it that 2011 was my last one of those). Or rehearsal dinner dress. Or hot-date-for-your-anniversary/other-special-occasion dress.
Really, you could just wear it around and pretend you’re a ballerina. Not that
I did that yesterday anyone would do that.
ps- I know that there has been a proliferation of Anthro knock-offs around here lately. I promise our next project isn’t another one.