Have you heard of the convertible dress before? It’s not actually a dress, but rather a (circle) skirt with two long rectangular panels attached to it. I’ve seen it in quite a few magazines and on sale in online shops, but at $150+, I wasn’t going to buy it, especially since I wasn’t convinced a dress with no top would actually be wearable.
So I made one. And it is wearable!
Wrapping the dress is a bit tricky, but according to the videos I’ve found on YouTube (check out Monif C), there are dozens of variations. Here are a couple more I tried last night. I’ll be wearing this dress around home until I’m confident it won’t unwrap during normal activities, but so far, so good!
You can’t see the lower half of the dress, but it’s almost floor length, so (according to YouTube!), I can put it over my bust and wrap the waist for a shorter look as well. Should be fun!