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In a little change of pace for me, they're both very '40s-inspired rather than my usual '50s designs.
There's also a midriff, flared skirt, and short sleeves with gathers.
This dress is great for drapey wovens, like the rayon challis it's pictured in.
(This is one of my Gertie fabrics from last fall, but I still have a bunch for sale in my Etsy shop.) The jacket in the photos above is made up in a denim-colored wool, but I also made this design in another fabric.
Here it is in a polka dot linen-cotton blend, complete with Rosie the Riveter-inspired pose and Carmen Miranda earrings.